Cameron Toll

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Cameron Terrace, Edinburgh EH16 5LD, UK
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Cameron Toll is a suburb located to the south of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Originally it was the site of a toll house built in the early 19th century, which was located on a stretch of road between Edinburgh and Dalkeith. The meaning of the name Cameron is suggested to be 'crooked hill', derived from the Scots Gaelic 'cam', crooked, and Old Gaelic 'brun' meaning hill, believed to refer to Arthur’s Seat clearly visible nearby; the original name may have been Pictish.The area is now dominated by a large roundabout, which is crossed by a railway line.
Cameron Toll is 1½ miles from Edinburgh city centre, 2 miles from the Edinburgh City Bypass and is served by many bus services to and from Edinburgh and Midlothian. It is close to The Grange and Newington and the area called the Inch.


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Cameron Toll

Address: Cameron Terrace, Edinburgh EH16 5LD, UK