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West Barns Photographs

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Below is a selection of photographs from the image collection at the John Gray Centre depicting life in West Barns. Portrait of a Place West Barns Memories West Barns Industries West Barns Primary School West Barns Leisure (Gala Days & Clubs) Portrait of a Place West Barns, With Village Hall In Foreground, 1902-30 On the […]

Beltonford Paper Mill

13/07/201210:27 am18/03/2015 4:21 pmLeave a Comment

In 1862 Alexander Annandale of Lasswade bought the farm and estate of West Barns and other property, which included the corn mills belonging to the burgh of Dunbar. Annandale was already a successful paper manufacturer in Midlothian and, as demand then outstripped supply, planned to develop West Barns as a new venture. Progress was rapid. Reservoirs were […]

Loanhead, 2 Clerk Street, Midlothian Council Offices

Identifier: MEL5920 · Date: Office · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Lasswade Road, Loanhead Farm

Identifier: MEL9977 · Date: Farm Building · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Bonnyrigg, General

Identifier: MEL5353 · Date: Town · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Lasswade, General

Identifier: MEL5057 · Date: Town · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NMRS Prints and Drawings
Lasswade, Gala Water, Roslin
Midlothian C.C Housing
Plans: Dick Peddie & Mackay, Edinburgh. New.
Attic 2, bin 14, Bag 2
Sydney Mitchell & Willson 1921


Evaluation At Cameron Crescent, Bonnyrigg

Identifier: EEL352 · Author: MidLothian Council HER

(1) In May 2005, AOC Archaeology Group undertook an evaluation prior to a proposed development of land owned by Midlothian Council and Lasswade Rugby Football Club at Cameron Crescent, Poltonhall,...

Evaluation At Sherwood, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian

Identifier: EEL353 · Author: MidLothian Council HER

(1) In January 2006, AOC Archaeology Group undertook an archaeological evaluation within a proposed greenfield development site on the south side of Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. Twenty trenches totaling...

Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation At Lasswade Road, Eskbank

Identifier: MEL11602 · Author: MidLothian Council HER

(1) In May 2018, AOC undertook a trial trench evaluation on land either side of Lasswade Road, Eskbank, prior to the construction of a residential development. The remains of the Eskbank Roman Camp...

Evaluation At Midlothian Community Hospital, Near Eskbank

Identifier: MEL9706 · Author: MidLothian Council HER

(1) In June 2008, CFA Archaeology Ltd carried out a desk-based assessment and evaluation (c.2450m²) of the proposed Midlothian Community Hospital site on the edge of Bonnyrigg. The desk-based...

Lasswade Road, Eskbank, Dalkeith

Identifier: MEL11602 · Date: Culvert · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Post-medieval drainage system, including culvert

Roslin Glen, General

Identifier: MEL5771 · Date: Site · Author: MidLothian Council HER


Roslin Glen. Newspaper cutting from The Midlothian District News, May 1982 - text and illustrations.
NMRS REPORT DATE: 21/10/2003