Wordsworth, Coleridge, and the Great Scottish Road Trip

By Danielle Pearson It is a truth universally acknowledged that every great friendship deserves a great road trip. I grew […]

Robert Louis Stevenson – Always in Edinburgh

In the 19th Century, poverty and disease were rife throughout Edinburgh’s Old Town. Cobbled streets and narrow lanes harboured the dangerous and the delinquents; vagrants and beggars were aplenty and the threat of feces falling from the slums above, always a possibility.