Monday, August 13, 2012

#347. Tron Kirk, 91 South Bridge, Edinburgh

At the junction of the Royal Mile and South Bridge, this Edinburgh landmark was built in the 17th century, but closed in 1952. Today it is (temporarily) open and used as a venue and pub for the Fringe festival. It is truly remarkable inside. However, it was a little too dark for my pictures to do it justice. The beer selection was minimal - I drank a Belhaven Best - otherwise I would have been tempted to list this as a favourite.


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