Here is a
view of Holyrood Palace and
Abbey, with Arthur's Seat is in the background. This photo was
taken from the slopes of Calton Hill.
stones in the foreground are from Trinity College Church. The
church was dismantled to enable a railway station, now Edinburgh
Waverley Station, to be built.
stones were all numbered, so that the church could be rebuilt, but they were left on Calton Hill for how
long? - perhaps 20 years?
See 'Reply 1' below
the stones were taken away and used to create other buildings, but eventually
the remaining stones were used to partially
Trinity College Church on a site off Jeffrey Street
in Edinburgh Old Town.