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s heritage. One example is the original Corstorphine Sycamore in Dovecot Road, which is seen as being of major importance to the city's heritage. The long standing tree was destroyed by strong winds in 1998, but the trunk still stands and is growing once again. A story dating back to 1679, when Corstorphine was a small village, claims the tree is haunted. Lord James Bailey, who lived in Corstorphine Castle which no longer exists had an affair with his late wife's niece, Christian Nimmo. Apparently he wanted to end their relationship and spoke ill of her in the local pub. She found out what he had been saying and sat under the tree one night waiting for him to leave the pub. She challenged him and they had an argument. The story goes that she pulled the sword from his belt and Nike Air Force 1 Low White
A sixpence coin was planted with the sapling and then the tree was sold for the same sum to a blacksmith from the village. Another story is that the tree was the meeting place for employees of the paper mills on the Water of Leith. The workmen came to the tree to make their payment of sixpence to pay their contribution to the Paper Makers' Union, whose business was conducted there. The new tree was planted to keep the history alive. Many trees on the Flyknit Nike Air Force list are traditional yews or oaks, but four trees still standing in Balerno's Malleny Gardens have found their way on to the list. The trees called the four disciples date back 400 years, when eight other trees of similar style and stature stood together, earning themselves the name of the 12 disciples. They were felled in 1961, and now only four remain. It's Air Force One Nike Shoes
Another tree linked to Robert Louis Stevenson is one which stands alongside The Hawes Inn in New Halls Road, South Queensferry. It's believed that he wrote part of his well known novel Kidnapped when he stayed in room 13 of the inn overlooking the ancient yew tree which is estimated to be 220 years old. There are other trees in Edinburgh which are linked to world famous literary figures. The four sycamore trees lining the garden of the house were probably in existence at his time of residence. It is possible he played in the garden and climbed the trees, which are reckoned to be around 170 years old, as a child. A tree which is a baby in comparison, at only 12 years old, is still steeped in history. The Sixpenny tree in Colinton replaced a famous tree that stood there before it. Today it's situated on the small traffic island between Redford Road and Colinton Road. The original tree a lime tree grew in the gardens of Colinton Air Force One Black Gum Bottom
House, which is now Merchiston School. The story goes that villagers danced around the tree during some special events holding a sixpence coin.
killed him with it. She fled from the scene but was later found and executed in Edinburgh. Her ghost a lady in a white dress is said to haunt the tree.
thought they were planted around 1635 when nearby Malleny House was built for Sir James Murray. The trees are owned by the National Trust for Scotland. Forestry Minister Allan Wilson said: "One of Sc.
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