Corstorphine Transport Through the Ages

Come along to Lauriston Castle on 21st August and hear all about Corstorphine transport through the ages from Ian Anderson, Chairman of Corstorphine Trust.

Corstorphine Transport Through the Ages

About Corstorphine Transport Through the Ages

The Corstorphine Trust has a rich archive relating to the history of transport in this distinct area of the city. From walking, to cycling, horse power, early motor vehicles, trams and trains this talk will take you on a voyage through the centuries. Ian Anderson is a retired investment manager and has lived in Corstorphine for over 50 years. Ian is currently a volunteer with Corstorphine Trust and currently serves as Chairman of the charity.

All events in our lecture series include an opportunity to meet the guest lecturer, coffee and cakes and a special tour of the Castle.

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About the lecturer
Ian Anderson is a retired investment manager and has lived in Corstorphine for over 50 years. Ian is currently a volunteer with Corstorphine Trust and currently serves as Chairman of the charity.

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