The 100-foot tall Dean Bridge spans the Water of Leith.

The bridge was opened in 1831 after being designed and built by Thomas Telford. This replaced the earlier route with its steep climbs down to Dean village and back. It was an important development for the time opening access to the North of the city, during the development of the New Town.

The bridge consists of four arches spanning 90 feet with the total length being 447 feet.

  Places Of Interest Edinburgh Old Town  

your business in your street in our city

Princes Street Map Places of interest places to shopi in Stockbridge Stockbridge Galleries Health & Beauty Food and Drinks in Stockbridge Tours & Travel Accommodation Businesses & Services