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Tramworks scupper Princes St as vantage point for fireworks

Tramworks scupper Princes St as vantage point for fireworks

NEW viewing areas for the Edinburgh Festival Fireworks may have to be created because of restrictions caused by tram works in the Scottish capital.

Construction work finally got underway in Princes Street on Tuesday after a month-long dispute, but sections of the street may remain closed to pedestrians, even if work is suspended in August.

Jenny Dawe, the city council leader, visited the site yesterday and said she hoped the first tracks would be laid before the Festival. Click here for the full story.

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