The current Stock Bridge which crosses the Water of Leith form Deanhagh Street to Raeburn Place replaced the original 'Stock' or timber foot bridge (stocc brycg) which spanned theriver between the estates of Deanhaugh and St. Bernards.

As the plague reads, it was erected in 1786, commisisoned by Henry Reaburn and designed by Architect James Milne. The Bridge as it is today was widened and improved in 1900 -01 by the Lord Provost James Steel and engineer David C. Proudfoot.

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