Looking At Edinburgh

5 May 2008

Leith Walk Obstacle Course: Monday

Trams are an appealing alternative for Edinburgh. So the council tells us. Once the council finishes digging up all the streets, travelling into and around the city will be much easier. And faster. And the introduction of trams is …only a few years away! World class modern trams imported from some more technically-advanced country, such as Ireland, will be running along Edinburgh’s streets from 2011. Or possibly 2014. Deadlines are so difficult to manage. Edinburgh is a vibrant and cosmopolitan capital city that demands the best public transport choices. Many cities across the globe such as Dublin, Melbourne and, just recently, Paris are realising the benefits of introducing modern, fast and reliable trams. Meanwhile, Edinburghers are enjoying the benefits of themed obstacle courses along all our major traffic thoroughfares.

This week, we’ll explore the Leith Walk Obstacle Course.

Tune in Tuesday lunchtime for another installment.


  1. […] As I bask in the glorious sunshine, in the quiet of my own back garden, I chuckle to myself when I think of what my day could have been like if I had stayed in Edinburgh, stuck in the middle of pre-tram mayhem. […]

    Pingback by Flip-flops | Tales from Falsidehill — 5 May 2008 @ 1:59 pm

  2. […] series Leith Walk Obstacle Course was inspired by Leith to get state of the art themed walkway at Leithal […]

    Pingback by Leith Walk Obstacle Course: Friday « Looking At Edinburgh — 9 May 2008 @ 12:50 pm

  3. […] Amen to that. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:LikeBe the first to like this post. […]

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