Myreside Stadium

Myreside Stadium is a sports ground in Edinburgh, Scotland. Often simply known as Myreside, Watsonians RFC have used this venue on the east side of Myreside Road as their home ground for rugby union matches since 1933.

Landmarks in the Area

Watsonian Football Club is a rugby union club based in Edinburgh and part of the Scottish Rugby Union.

The Royal Edinburgh Hospital is a psychiatric hospital in Morningside Place, , Scotland. is situated 940 feet east of Myreside Stadium. Photo: Kim Traynor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Morningside Cemetery was established in Edinburgh in 1878 by the Metropolitan Cemetery Company, originally just outwith the then city boundary, the nearest suburb then being . is situated 2300 feet southeast of Myreside Stadium. Photo: Stephencdickson, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Merchiston Tower, also known as Merchiston Castle, was probably built by Alexander Napier, the second Laird of around 1454. is situated 2700 feet northeast of Myreside Stadium. Photo: Kim Traynor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Merchiston is a residential area around Merchiston Avenue in the south-west of , .

Morningside is a district and former rural village in the south west of Edinburgh, Scotland.

Holy Corner is a colloquial name for a small area of , Scotland, and is part of the area more properly known as Burghmuirhead, itself part of the lands of Greenhill. Photo: Kim Traynor, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Ardmillan is a mainly residential suburb of , . is situated 3900 feet north of Myreside Stadium.

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