The area around the Water of Leith at Bonnington was once packed with industries like tanneries and foundries and was presumably not a pleasant place to be. Linking all those works with the outside world was a substantial network of sidings fanning out from The NB North Leith branch. Here is the only remnant I know of: crossing Anderson Place to the former VAT69 bond (now inevitably flats) in July 2010. It has surely only survived because removing it would mean lifting and relaying cobbles.
Edinburgh, Leith and Newhaven Railway
12 July 2010 Ref: 29804