Love them or hate them, Leith’s banana flats are an iconic part of Edinburgh architecture and history - and now a Category A listed building.
Take a look and see how they’ve changed, and stayed the same, since they were built in 1965.
1. Aerial shot
View of the flats being built at Cables Wynd in Leith, May 1965
Photo: Aerial shot
2. Being built
Here you can see the new flats being built at Cables Wynd as part of the redevelopment of Leith in January 1966
Photo: George Stewart
3. Playing by the flats
Children playing in a park in Henderson Gardens, Leith. Cables Wynd Banana Flats in the background.
Photo: Denis Straughan
4. Settling in
Mrs Mary Eves can be seen here in the kitchen of her new home at Cables Wynd in April 1966
Photo: Ian Porteous