Edinburgh in the 1990s was a great place to be. It still is, of course, but the city has changed a lot since then.
Do you remember hurtling down the flumes at the Royal Commonwealth Pool, going for a bag of chips at Brattisani's on Newington Road afterwards, or when Dynamic Earth first opened its doors?
Who said nostalgia ain’t what it used to be? Check out these 10 pictures of Edinburgh the 90s, and let the memories come flooding back.
1. St James Shopping Centre
Here you can see the exterior of the St James Shopping centre at the east end of Princes Street, after its refurbishment in January 1992. Of course now the centre doesn’t exist any more, having been developed into the St James Quarter. Photo: Denis Straughan
2. St Andrew Square bus station
The bus station in Edinburgh in the 1990s looked a lot different than how it does today, in part thanks to the huge, concrete-clad office development that towered above it. Photo: Alistair Linford
3. Wester Hailes demolition
Children can be seen here watching the old Westburn blocks of flats being torn down at Wester Hailes, Edinburgh. This picture was taken in January, 1993. Photo: Colin McPherson
4. Edinburgh Hogmanay
New Year party goers can be seen here having a knees-up at the Tron Kirk in Edinburgh on Hogmanay, 1990. Photo: Joe Steele