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From 1965 to 1992 motor racing took place at Ingliston Motor Racing circuit, which was located within the Royal Highland Showground.
From 1973 to 2005, a Sunday market was held at Ingliston. It was of one of the biggest open air markets in Europe. For many years, a feature of the market was a 550 cm (18 ft)-tall statue of King Kong by Nicholas Monro.
Park And Ride
In 2006, the Ingliston Park and Ride site was opened and is one of a network of park and ride service around Edinburgh.
Ingliston Park & Ride tram stop is a new tram stop currently under construction by Edinburgh Trams. Both the stop and the entire tram line are expected to open in mid-2014.
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towards York Place
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