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‘dere Street’: Border – Newstead – Elginhaugh

Identifier: MEL4959 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NT36NW 126.00 from 3499 6673 to 3000 6828 RR 2.
Formerly RR8g.

From where the modern road which is considered to overlie Dere Street (see NT36NE 75) rejoins the main A68 (NT 3501 6669), the line...

‘dere Street’: Border – Newstead – Elginhaugh

Identifier: MEL4959 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Probable route of Dere Street, Roman road

‘dere Street’: Border – Newstead – Elginhaugh

Identifier: MEL4959 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NT46SW 61 unlocated RR 2.
Formerly RR8g.

See also NT46SW 67-70.

No trace of any Roman road-work across this sheet. It presumably followed a line approximately along, or parallel to, the course ...

‘dere Street’: Border – Newstead – Elginhaugh

Identifier: MEL4959 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Possible location of Roman road

‘dere Street’: Border – Newstead – Elginhaugh

Identifier: MEL4959 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NT36NE 75 from 3756 6500 to 3500 6673 RR 2.
Formerly RR8g.

Hardie, followed by Margary and RCAHMS, quoting a 12th-century charter of Newbattle Abbey, considers that Dere Street coincides with th...

‘dere Street’: Border – Newstead – Elginhaugh

Identifier: MEL9180 · Date: Road · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Conjectural line of Roman road

3 Smeaton Grove, Inveresk, Musselburgh

Identifier: MEL9574 · Date: Ditch · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Two ditches of possible Roman date, as well as three undated linear features and two pits of unknown date, found during evaluation

3 Smeaton Grove, Inveresk

Identifier: MEL10107 · Date: Pit · Author: East Lothian Council HER

A large pit of Roman date

33 Letham Mains Holdings

Identifier: MEL8790 · Date: Findspot · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Stray find of coins, possibly Roman

Bilston, Castlelaw Crescent

Identifier: MEL8142 · Date: Findspot · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Stray find of Roman coin