Posts by: Ryan Latto

Last night, as the petition to ban Donald Trump’s state visit to the UK reached over 1.5 million signatures, cities across Scotland and the rest of the UK protested against the new US President’s travel ban on 7 Muslim countries. At 6pm GMT, thousands of protesters gathered at the square by the Scottish National Gallery to lead a protest across the...

Edinburgh is a city rich in art, history, science and mystery. It’s a city carved from volcanic rock and home to nearly 500,000 people. Whoever you are and whatever you do, Edinburgh is your home. As I created Edinburgh Underground a few years ago I realised that people made up the stories of the city. It was the people I met that brought to light...

Being resident in Edinburgh it is often easy to walk down historic roads and have little idea how significant they are. The Royal Mile is brimming with historical significance, yet I had never given any time to one of the more important features on the street: Canongate Kirkyard. Due to ancient parish boundaries Canongate Kirkyard, which is...

There is nowhere quite like this. Nowhere as secret, as devious or as hidden in plain sight. I found it online; and when the opportunity to volunteer would give me permission to explore this place as it is, untouched and lost, I had never been so excited about a trip. Edinburgh Underground investigates: The Barnton Quarry Nuclear Bunker. You can...