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Drem, Lodge

Identifier: MEL3704 · Date: Lodge · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Gilmerton Home Farm, Stables

Identifier: MEL4777 · Date: Building · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Historic Scotland Listed Building Description: Mid-late 18th century with later repairs, currently (1990) derelict. "-storey stable block, random rubble with red and cream sandstone dressings, bric...

Gilmerton Home Farm, Screen Wall

Identifier: MEL4776 · Date: Building · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Historic Scotland Listed Building Description: EArly 19th century. Gothick detailed screen wall between Gilmerton House and the Home Farm. Partially obscured by large modern farm shed abutting to E...

Gilmerton, Eight Arches

Identifier: MEL4775 · Date: Building · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Historic Scotland Listed Building Description: Commendable conversion of early 19th century, 8-arched cartshed and granary to residential use. Random rubble with stugged ashlar dressings, chamfered...

East Fortune Hospital, Offices 11

Identifier: MEL4795 · Date: Building · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Historic Scotland Listed Building Description: Circa 1916-20. Single storey, H-plan offices, former WAAF officer`s quarters. White painted corrugated sheet metal walls and roof, supported on piloti...

East Fortune Hospital, Nursing Administration Block, 15

Identifier: MEL4796 · Date: Building · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Historic Scotland Listed Building Description: Circa 1916-20. Single storey, 6-bay office at entrance to site, former guard house. White painted, corrugated sheet metal walls and roof, on brick bas...

Athelstaneford, The Brae, Elwyn House

Identifier: MEL7801 · Date: Building · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Athelstaneford, Market Cross / Athelstaneford, Cross-well

Identifier: MEL883 · Date: Market Cross · Author: East Lothian Council HER

NT57NW 11 5348 7733.

(NT 5348 7733) Well (NAT)
OS 25" map (1894)

Athelstaneford market cross has disappeared and its place was taken by the Cross-well built in 1862.
J W Small 1900

There is...

Athelstaneford, Main Street, Dovecot / Athelstaneford Dovecot

Identifier: MEL887 · Date: Dovecote · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Lectern dovecote, 1583

Athelstaneford, Main Street, Parish Church / Athelstaneford Parish Kirk

Identifier: MEL892 · Date: Cemetery · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Church, 1864, on site of earlier church