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Project Archaeology

Trams to Newhaven aims to aid the community in learning about their heritage. This is why we will be providing updates about the archaeology that is uncovered during the project. We will provide the community with onsite archaeology weekly vlogs detailing the current excavations and findings. Be prepared to see Leith like you have never seen it before and to learn more of its fascinating history through the eyes of an archaeologist.

Read our project archaeology frequently asked questions. 

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #1

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #2

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #3

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #4

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #5

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #6

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #7

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #8

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #9

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #10

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #11

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #12

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #13

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #14

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #15

Trams to Newhven Archaeology Vlog #16

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #17

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #18

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #19

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #20

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #21

 

Trams to Newhaven Facial Reconstruction Part #1

Facial Reconstruction Part 2

Discovery of Victorian Sea Wall - Vlog 

Trams to Newhaven Archaeology Vlog #22 

Trams to Newhaven - 19th Century Cable Pulled Trams Vlog 

Trams to Newhaven - Movement of 19th Century Tram Winding Wheel

Trams to Newhaven - South Leith Parish Church Memorials Vlog