The annual painting of Salisbury Crags
Workers in Holyrood Park today began the annual painting of Salisbury Crags, which will continue for the next six to eight weeks. It is a little known fact that the Radical Road is closed every year to allow the painting of Salisbury Crags in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh, so that they can be kept looking their best for the tourist season. This work is dutifully carried out by Historic Environment Scotland on behalf of the Crown, but paid for by the Scottish taxpayers, rather like the nearby Holyrood Place.
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