Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
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Further Waverley progress

[ Edinburgh Waverley Station album on Flickr ]
[ Waverley Station group on Flickr ]


Work underway on the new Market Street entrance to Waverley Station, Edinburgh, at around 10pm on 25th December, 2011.


Work underway on the new Market Street entrance to Waverley Station, Edinburgh, around 10pm on 25th December, 2011.


Work underway on the new Market Street entrance to Waverley Station, Edinburgh, at around 10pm on 25th December, 2011.


Work underway on the new Market Street entrance to Waverley Station, Edinburgh, around 10pm on 25th December, 2011.
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