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.
5. 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
6. Dinosaurs Alive! Exhibition
Here you can see a giant Tyrannosaurus Rex head being unloaded by workmen for the Dinosaurs Alive! Exhibition at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh, February 1990. Photo: Albert Jordan
7. Empire Theatre
Edinburgh’s Empire Theatre was transformed into the Festival Theatre in the 90s, but prior to that it was used as a Mecca bingo hall. Photo: Allan Macdonald
8. 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 trendy St James Quarter. Photo: Denis Straughan