Tag Archives: Edinburgh

Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh

In 2016 the Royal Hospital for Sick Children was put up for sale, well in advance of its scheduled move to its new home alongside the Royal Infirmary at Little France. When the Sciennes Road buildings are finally vacated it … Continue reading

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Hospitals for Incurables: the former Longmore Hospital, Edinburgh

Historic Scotland Offices in the former Longmore Hospital which closed in 1991   © Copyright kim traynor and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence Separate hospitals for incurables began to be established in Britain in the mid-nineteenth century and were welcomed by … Continue reading

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Craighouse, Edinburgh: former private asylum, future housing development

These blue remembered hills… Craighouse in the middle distance, ‘Morningside and Craighouse’ by Pascal Blachier, taken in 2007, imaged licensed under CC BY 2.0 A year ago planning permission was granted for the redevelopment of Craighouse, Edinburgh, latterly the campus … Continue reading

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former Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, now Quartermile

The present Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh was built in 1996-2002 as a PFI project, to designs by Keppie Design of Glasgow on a large green-field site south-east of the city, close to the A7 at Little France, by Craigmillar Castle, … Continue reading

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