Tuesday, November 07, 2006

New moves to unearth secrets of Capital kirk
ARCHAEOLOGISTS are hoping to unravel the secrets which lie beneath one of Edinburgh's most historic buildings.

A council team is returning to the Tron Kirk, 30 years after a whole 16th century street was found in its basement.

They will investigate the front part of the building which has not previously been excavated, ahead of work being carried out to create a new cafe in the Kirk.

The public are set to be able to watch the dig as it happens when it begins in just over a week.

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