Looking At Edinburgh

21 May 2008

Leith Corn Exchange: To Let

Filed under: buildings, history, photos — Tags: , , , , — EdinburghEye @ 8:00 am

Wandering Leith taking photos does remind you that Leith was an important town in its own right, before it became an adjunct to Edinburgh. This is the old Corn Exchange.

I took this photo at the junction of Constitution Street, Bernard Street, and Cadiz Street. Google Maps does have a problem with letting you pinpoint junctions. There’s another photo of the Corn Exchange from a different angle below the fold.

Both of these photos are available on Redbubble: Leith Corn Exchange: To Let and :Dislocation.



  1. I don’t remember, if I have ever left you a comment or not. I found your blog off of http://tychy.wordpress.com and just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your work. Your photos are great!

    Comment by pseudonymblog — 22 May 2008 @ 1:57 am

  2. Thanks! I think you did leave a comment a while ago (though I might have been on holiday) and I’m really glad you enjoy my blog/my photos!

    Comment by edinburghlook — 22 May 2008 @ 8:24 am

  3. To let??? Brilliant, I was looking for somewheere new to live.

    Good to see some shots of Leith! Keep em coming.

    Comment by Gary Wood — 31 May 2008 @ 10:19 pm

  4. Thanks! Yeah, I’d love to live there too… wonder what the rent is!

    Comment by edinburghlook — 1 June 2008 @ 11:08 am

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