To the north, St Bernard's Row leads out past another little Georgian cul-de-sac, Malta Terrace, to Inverleith and the Botanic Gardens.Between Glenogle Road and the Water of Leith are eleven parallel streets, collectively known as the "Stockbridge Colonies", built between 18 by the Edinburgh Co-operative Building Company to provide low-cost housing for the artisan class.
Saxe Coburg Street, a small Georgian cul-de-sac just to the north, leads to the small and bow-ended square of Saxe Coburg Place.
This formal space was never completed due to ground level problems and Glenogle Baths (1897) were instead built on the corner of the square.
The band boasts Nikki Sixx (Mötley Crüe), Scott Ian (Anthrax), Scott Gorham (Thin Lizzy, Black Star Riders), Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy Osbourne, Quiet Riot), Jesse Hughes (Eagles Of Death Metal), Dave Kushner (Velvet Revolver) and more.
AC/DC aficionado Scott Ian says: "I’m going to do my best to honour Malcolm’s mastery.
A tribute event to AC/DC’s Bon Scott has been announced in Los Angeles.
Taking place at Hollywood’s Avalon Theater on Tuesday 3rd April, the night is called AC/DC Comedy & Rock Show: A Tribute To Bon Scott and, alongside a string of stand-up comics, there’s an all-star band who will perform AC/DC’s seminal album ‘Powerage’ in its entirety.
The painter Henry Raeburn (1756–1823) owned two adjoining estates, Deanhaugh and St Bernard's, which he developed with the assistance of the architect James Milne.
Milne was also responsible for the fine St Bernard's Church (1823) in Saxe Coburg Street.
Saunders Street, south of the bridge, was built in 1974 as part of a "slum clearance" programme.
The medical centre to its east is part of the same scheme.
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