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Self Storages in Loanhead, EH20
Self Storages in EH20 Loanhead These Self Storage companies are located in Loanhead

Handy Moves
Company Type: Storage Company
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Self Storages
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

Bishops Move Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Pentland Ind Est
, EH20 9QH
Tel. 0131-556 6666

Crown Movers
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Unit 1 4 Pentland Ind Est Borthwick View
, EH20 9QH
Tel. 0808-166 1526

The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Loanhead
Van Cabs Ltd
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Flat 2F2 15 Falcon Gardens
, EH10 4AP
Tel. 0800-032 3550

Man With A Van Ltd
Company Type: Storage
46 Easter Rd
, EH7 5RG
Tel. 0131-659 5777

Clockwork Removals & Storage
Company Type: Storage Company
38-40 West Harbour Rd
, EH5 1PU
Tel. 0131-669 0044

Advanced Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
62 Broomfield Cr
, EH12 7LX
Tel. 0131-466 4149

Award Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
The Old Brewery/Peffermill Road
, EH16 4AT
Tel. 07771 597099

A Man & Van 4 Hire
Company Type: Self Storages
25/10 Lower Granton Rd
, EH5 3RT
Tel. 0131-552 6214

Pickfords Moving & Storage
Company Type: Self Storages
62 West Harbour Rd
, EH5 1PW
Tel. 0131-552 4242

Company Type: Self Storage Units
16 Muirhouse Way
, EH4 4QA
Tel. 0131-538 5829

Capital Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
11 Granton Sq
, EH5 1HX
Tel. 0131-552 2985

Hoults Group
Company Type: Storage Company
62 West Harbour Rd
, EH5 1PW
Tel. 0131-225 6764

South Side Movers
Company Type: Self Storages
PO Box 28265
, EH9 1GA
Tel. 07906 166122

Company Type: Removals & Storage
98 Saughtonhall Dr
, EH12 5TL
Tel. 0131-466 6155

Data Safe Storage
Company Type: Storage Solutions
25 Dunedin St
, EH7 4JG
Tel. 0131-556 9229

All U Store
Company Type: Removals & Storage
5 Clermiston Rd
, EH12 6XG
Tel. 0131-334 3696

Safestore Self Storage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Unit 16/30 Bankhead Drive
, EH11 4EQ
Tel. 0800-028 1123

Alltrans International Movers
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Rose St
, EH2 4LS
Tel. 0131-225 4774

Man Van Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
13 Glengyle Ter
, EH3 9LN
Tel. 07834 621636

McLeods Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
18 Craigour Cr
, EH17 7PH
Tel. 0131-664 4271

Clockwork Ltd
Company Type: Storage
38 West Harbour Rd
, EH5 1PU
Tel. 0131-551 5533

Mini Movers
Company Type: Removals & Storage
34 Lochend Dr
, EH7 6DJ
Tel. 07704 018860

Illand Peter
Company Type: Storage Company
109 Edmonstone Road
, EH22 1QX
Tel. 0131-663 5237

Company Type: Self Storages
24 Bruntsfield Pl
, EH10 4HJ
Tel. 0131-229 8361

Len Lothian Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
11 Granton Sq
, EH5 1HX
Tel. 0131-552 8141

Lothian A2b Removal Services
Company Type: Self Storage Units
72 Swan Cr
, EH23 4UP
Tel. 07754 754437

Alligator Self Storage Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
19 Moray Place
, EH3 6DA
Tel. 0131-226 0860

Company Type: Storage Company
Polton House/Polton Rd
, EH18 1BW
Tel. 0131-663 9020

Safestore Self Storage Edinburgh Gyle
Company Type: Self Storages
Unit 16 30 Bankhead Drive
, EH11 4EQ
Tel. 0800-028 1123

Storezone Ltd
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Unit 1 Eastfield Industrial Est
, EH26 8HA
Tel. 01968 670670

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The limestone industry was a source of employment by the late eighteenth century, the works being at Burdiehouse, about a mile to the north west. The coal industry continued to expand and by 1874 the town was linked to the railway. Shale was mined between Loanhead and Burdiehouse in the late nineteenth century, from 1880 under the Clippens Oil Company of Paisley. By this time the population had expanded to 3,250. The town was granted burgh status in 1884.[1] The North British Railway built a steel lattice girder box viaduct across Bilston Glen in 1892, replacing another which had been designed by Thomas Bouch.

Roslin Castle

All five floors are connected by a central scale-and-platt staircase, added in the early 17th century to replace a turnpike stair in the south-west. The rooms of the upper floors have impressive panelling and decorated ceilings. The main hall, in the south part of the block, has been divided, but retains a large fireplace with the carved initials WS and JE, for William Sinclair and his wife Jean Edmonstone, and the date 1597.[9]

Rosslyn Chapel

It is also claimed that other carvings in the chapel reflect Masonic imagery, such as the way that hands are placed in various figures. One carving may show a blindfolded man being led forward with a noose around his neck?similar to the way a candidate is prepared for initiation into Freemasonry. The carving has been eroded by time and pollution and is difficult to make out clearly. The chapel was built in the 15th century, and the earliest records of Freemasonic lodges date back only to the late 16th and early 17th centuries.[21] A more likely explanation however is that the Masonic imagery was added at a later date. This may have taken place in the 1860s when James St Clair-Erskine, 3rd Earl of Rosslyn instructed Edinburgh architect David Bryce, a known freemason, to undertake restoration work on areas of the church including many of the carvings.[22]

Royal Observatory, Edinburgh

From 1961 to 1973 the ROE's Earlyburn Outstation some 20 miles (30 km) south of Edinburgh was used for optical tracking of artificial satellites. From 1967 to 1976 the observatory operated a 16/24-inch (0.4/0.6 m) Schmidt camera - matching the one in Edinburgh - at its Monte Porzio Catone observing station near Rome. A division of labour developed: By 1976 the ROE as an SRC/SERC establishment spent most of its resources on running and supporting national facilities, while astronomical research was left to the university's Department of Astronomy.

Newington, Edinburgh

With overcrowding of the city centre being initially alleviated by migration to the north, to the New Town, via the North Bridge erected in 1772. However, many people felt that the New Town, elegant as it was, did not offer privacy and intimacy, and so, when the South Bridge was built in 1788, parts of Newington became available for development and migration there commenced, generally into small villas. Many of these can still be seen. Much of the tenement building, however was not to come for another 100 years.

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