Constructed presumably in the 16th century, Pitt’s Lane ran from one block south of Holyrood Church to Back-of-the-Walls. It was named after the vicar, Mr. Pitt, whose house adjoined the church on the north side and the lane on the south side. In the early 19th century the lane was widened and renamed Bridge Street. It is now part of Bernard Street.


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