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Water Mains Renewal, North Berwick

Identifier: EEL209 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) Archaeological monitoring of the trenching for the water mains renewal in North Berwick did not take place in some areas because the archaeologists were not notified. These unmonitored ground...

Watching Brief On The Water Mains Renewal, North Berwick

Identifier: MEL7978 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) Between October 2002 and May 2003, Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook a watching brief on the renewal of mains water pipes within and around the medieval burgh of North Berwick. The majority ...

Historic Building Recording At The Marine Hotel, 18 Cromwell Road, North Berwick

Identifier: MEL8854 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) (2) In September 2004, Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook a Level 2 historic building survey of three 19th century buildings within the curtilage of the Marine Hotel, Cromwell Road, North Berw...

An Evaluation At Mainshill Steading, Morham, East Lothian

Identifier: MEL8746 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) An archaeological evaluation was undertaken during the redevelopment of the steading. A single trench was excavated parallel to the east gable of Building L.

A Watching Brief At Mainshill Steading, Morham, East Lothian

Identifier: MEL8746 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) A watching brief was undertaken during the demolition of parts of Mainshill Steading during redevelopment of the site: the east wall of Building E1, and the east gable of Building L.

An Historic Building Survey At Mainshill Steading, Morham, East Lothian

Identifier: MEL8746 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

An historic building survey was undertaken prior to the redevelopment of the steading.

A Watching Brief At Bogside To Mainshill Steading, Morham, East Lothian

Identifier: MEL8747 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In February 2005, Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook a watching brief on a service trench related to the development of Mainshill Steading. Features related to the post-medieval farmstead at ...

Historic Building Recording At Carberry Mains

Identifier: MEL10247 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1)-(4) In October 2014, Headland Archaeology undertook a programme of historic building recording of four buildings at Carberry Mains prior to the conversion of three stone farm buildings at Carbe...

Evaluation At Musselburgh Primary Care Centre / Former Brunton Wireworks

Identifier: MEL10191 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In November to December 2009, Headland Archaeology undertook an evaluation at the Former Brunton Wireworks, Musselburgh in advance of its development for the construction of the Musselburgh Pri...

Evaluation At Old Craighall Junction, Musselburgh

Identifier: MEL213 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In January 2009, Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook an evaluation at Old Craighall Junction, Musselburgh on the site of a proposed development. Trial trenches were excavated in fields between ...