Monday 9th March sees the start of work on the new cycle connection between North Meadow Path and the Innocent Railway path, as described here: http://www.innertubemap.com/2013/11/council-plans-to-link-meadows-with-the-innocent-path/ http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/news/article/1785/improving_cycle_links_between_the_meadows_and_the_innocent_path+ READ MORE
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It’s hard to imagine steam trains thundering along the paths, but it wasn’t all that long ago really! Posted from Livingston, Scotland, United Kingdom.+ READ MORE
Phase one of the makeover of Fiveways Junction by Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust is finished – the stone circulrar walls, including a new home for Lopez the Lion, the Fiveways Feline. It’s a key landmark on the path network, Fiveways was badly in need of something to make it live up to its potential [...]+ READ MORE
Network Rail are closing Russell Road for railway bridge works. The bridge runs parallel to the tram bridge so the closure is at the same place. It comes into force on the 19th Jan 2015 for 6 months. There will be no access from Gorgie/Dalry to the cycle paths so diversion via Haymarket (!!) or [...]+ READ MORE
EXHBITION Last chance to see an exhibition by Adam Knight ‘THE CANETTI READING GROUP’ on until 13th September 2014, viewable from Hawthornvale, just off the cycle path. http://www.edinburghsculpture.org/programme/exhibitions-and-public-events/tank-adam-knight NEWS Creative Laboratories is entering the final few months of completion with all the outside brick work going on, here is the stunning view from the top [...]+ READ MORE
Artist Talk: Tuesday 19th August 2014, 4pm Performance: Friday 22nd August 2014, 7pm (open from 6pm) Exhibition: 23rd August to 13th September 2014 (viewed from Hawthornvale) Currently in residence at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, Adam Knight gives a talk about his practice, and the project he is currently devising for Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s TANK space. Taking [...]+ READ MORE
Thank you to all that participated in this year’s sculpture courses and EMERGENCE. Also a huge Thank You to all the people who came to see the exhibition over the two days, we hope you enjoyed your experience at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop and hope to see you again very soon and maybe even in next [...]+ READ MORE
EMERGENCE 2014 On Friday, ESW’s EMERGENCE exhibition of work from the Sculpture Course programme opens, featuring work from courses in Glass Relief Casting, Metal Sculpture, Glass Pate de Verre, Sculptural Construction in Wood, Clay Modelling, Stone Carving, Introduction to Plinth Design & Manufacture, Plaster Life Casting and Wood Carving. This year’s exhibition features a short [...]+ READ MORE
Hello, it’s Wendy from Moral Fibres again! I’m back with another ‘Food from the ‘tube’ recipe that you can make from plants growing along the Innertube network. June marks the arrival of the elderflower season, and what better way to celebrate it by making a batch of elderflower vodka? It really couldn’t be easier, and [...]+ READ MORE
Have you spotted QR codes tied to trees and benches around The Meadows this weekend? They’re part of ‘Filter Feeders’, an urban soundscape augmentation project by one of Innertubemap’s original Ambassadors, Morag Edward. Fragments of new stories, overheard sounds and music are located all around the area. Filter Feeders is part of The Embassy Gallery’s [...]+ READ MORE