For anyone who grew up in Edinburgh, the city probably looks like a very different place now to how it did during their childhood.
If you’re from the Capital, you are part of a community who share similar memories, accent and anecdotes.
We trawled through the archives to bring you 12 photos of things people who grew up in Edinburgh will remember.
1. Palace Hotel blaze
In june 1991, a terrible fire at the Palace Hotel resulted in a prominent corner of Edinburgh city centre being torn down. The building on the corner of Princes Street and Castle Street was replaced in 1995 by a new office and retail block.
Photo: Calum McKenzie
2. Opening of the Gyle
The Gyle shopping centre made its debut in October 1993 - shoppers sporting (ahem!) fetching shellsuits can be seen browsing the premises.
Photo: Photo: Bill Henry
3. 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: Photo: Alistair Linford
For many Edinburghers, no hard day’s swim at the Royal Commonwealth (Commie) Pool was complete without a hunger-nullifying detour to Brattisani’s on Newington Road - its memorable red seating booths were a trip back in time to the year it opened.
Photo: Third Party