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10 lost pubs in Edinburgh you might remember

Edinburgh has always been a good night out or after work drink, but there are many of the city's pubs that are no longer with us.

From classic pubs to historical haunts and live music venues, here we take a look at some Edinburgh bars no longer with us - how many of these did you used to drink in?

The Auld Toll at Tollcross had a traditional interior filled with old pictures, mirrors and some classic, if rather worn, pub furniture. Today it's The Blackbird - a decidedly more modern affair.

1. The Auld Toll

The Auld Toll at Tollcross had a traditional interior filled with old pictures, mirrors and some classic, if rather worn, pub furniture. Today it's The Blackbird - a decidedly more modern affair.
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Drinkers always referred to it as Mathers Broughton Street, to differentiate it from the other Mathers at the West End. It closed in 2016 and reopened as The Empress.

2. Mathers

Drinkers always referred to it as Mathers Broughton Street, to differentiate it from the other Mathers at the West End. It closed in 2016 and reopened as The Empress.
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The Green Tree in the Cowgate pictured in 1999. Popular with students and locals alike, this was a lively bar on the weekends.

3. The Green Tree

The Green Tree in the Cowgate pictured in 1999. Popular with students and locals alike, this was a lively bar on the weekends.
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Before its transformation into the Fountain Bar, the Dundee Arms on Dundee Street had a fairly rough reputation - rough enough to be nicknamed the Vietnam.

4. The Dundee Arms

Before its transformation into the Fountain Bar, the Dundee Arms on Dundee Street had a fairly rough reputation - rough enough to be nicknamed the Vietnam.
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