We’ve taken a look into our photo archive to find out what the people of Gorgie and Dalry were up to a decade ago in 2013.
The main story making the news that year involved the home of Hearts, as fundraising began for the ultimately successful attempt by Jambos to save their beloved club.
Also in the news that year, an HGV truck got stuck under a Gorgie bridge, trips to Gorgie City Farm, hero Dalry bouncers and traffic problems on Gorgie Road.
1. Farm fun
Seven-year-old Rosa Thuemmler, whose family recently moved from central Germany to Edinburgh, having fun at the Gorgie Farm. Photo: Iker F Cristobal
2. Hero bouncers
Two bouncers who saved residents from a tenement fire on Saturday 27th March in the early hours of the morning. From left: Andrew Warburton(Front) and John Lawson outside the ruined shop front at 200 Dalry Road.
Photo by Cate Gillon. Photo: Cate Gillon
3. HGV stuck under bridge
An HGV with a mounted crane got stuck under the rail bridge at the junction of Robertson Avenue and Gorgie Road. Photo: Bill Henry
The Scotia Cinema on Dalry Road Haymarket is demolished, picture taken on December 30, 2013 by Steven Scott Taylor. Photo: STEVEN SCOTT TAYLOR 2013