Ocean Terminal

Lothian no.11 for Ocean Terminal

Warm and dry on the top deck of a Lothian double decker is a good place to be on a wet and windy Edinburgh day.

The run down to Ocean Terminal is not at its largely Georgian prettiest right now, choked with roadworks as the city’s tram line is being extended all the way down – decidedly to the chagrin of hard-pressed retailers and those who have to drive the route often. Bus drivers ought to be awarded medals when the extension is finally opened.

Up on the North East coast, Edinburgh is not always sunny and mild, of course, and at times the wind here blows through you rather than around. But even on a rainy day, bus windows streaming, there’s a distinctive, different, beautiful something special about this city …

running down part-laid tram lines
new traffic direction by the minute
The Scottish Government Offices
Leith
The Shore, Leith
The Shore, Leith
Clock on the Shore, Leith
The fabulous Topping and Company Booksellers
Lothian No.16 for Colinton
The Balmoral Hotel and Wellington Place
The Scott Monument, Princes Street
Edinburgh Waverley Station
Waverley Corner
Waverley Bridge
better prospects for the weekend 😊

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