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The Passion Stones were thought to have originally adorned Trinity Collegiate Church, which was demolished to make way for Waverley Railway Station. It is not known how the stones came to be at Astley Ainslie Hospital in Edinburgh. Two of the stones were stolen from the hospital in 2017.

NHS Lothian (Edinburgh & Lothian Health Foundation)

Edinburgh


Date

15th C

Medium

stone

Measurements

H 60 x W 40 x D 40 cm

Accession number

2191

Work type

Sculpture


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Normally on display at

NHS Lothian (Edinburgh & Lothian Health Foundation)

2–4 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH1 3EG Scotland

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