Tree planting ceremony at Newcraighall station [Railscot]

Date: 05/08/2012

At the invitation of Portobello Rotary who have adopted Newcraighall station, Peter Jewell, trustee of the Bill Douglas Centre at the University of Exeter, today planted a birch tree adjoining Kenny Munro's 'Place of Dreams' sculpture. [See previous news items on this subject]

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Newcraighall posters at the exhibition 'Our Childhood' in the Museum of Edinburgh until 3 September to mark the 40th anniversary of Bill Douglas's iconic film 'My Childhood'.
Location: Bill Douglas
Company: National Museums of Scotland
06/08/2012 John Yellowlees
Newcraighall ceremony - left to right club president Neil Fraser, Peter Jewell, the Club's Bill Thomson and Kenny Munro. [See news item]
Location: Newcraighall
Company: Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway
06/08/2012 John Yellowlees
The 'Place of Dreams' sculpture alongside the platform at Newcraighall station [see adjacent news item].
Location: Newcraighall
Company: Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway
06/08/2012 John Yellowlees

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