Where might a Leith Museum be situated? Well, there's a number of obvious possibilities. One suggestion (right) is the former Leith Town Hall, now used as Leith Police Station.
Another suggestion is Lamb's House, currently owned by the National Trust for Scotland. (left)
And many people's favourite would be Custom House (below - and a modern day photo on the right of this blog), currently used by the National Museums of Scotland for storage. This occupies a prominent position on the Water of Leith.
Of course, at present, all these ideas are just that - ideas. But it certainly shows there's no shortage of fine buildings which could be used.