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    East Fortune Airfield / East Fortune Airship Station, Museum Of Flight

    Identifier: MEL877 · Date: Airfield · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Airfield, WWI and WWII

    Macmerry Business Park

    Identifier: MEL8772 · Date: Ridge And Furrow · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Traces of post-medieval ridge and furrow, several undated linear features, and structures related to the WWI Penston Airfield.

    East Fortune Hospital, Recreation Hall 3

    Identifier: MEL4772 · Date: Lecture Theatre · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Former lecture hall, c. 1916

    Dunbar, 34 High Street / New Inn, Eventide Home

    Identifier: MEL4713 · Date: Inn · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Inn, built 1788-91, used as barracks in 19th century and WWI

    Elphinstone, Main Street, War Memorial

    Identifier: MEL4162 · Date: War Memorial · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    War memorial, 1920

    Prestonpans, Preston Grange, Boundary Walls

    Identifier: MEL49 · Date: Wall · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Boundary walls

    Lauderdale House, High Street, Dunbar

    Identifier: MEL3318 · Date: Great House · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    House built in 1740, additions in 1792. Later used as barracks during the First and Second World Wars

    Musselburgh, Pinkieburn House / Edenhall Hospital, Pinkieburn

    Identifier: MEL3143 · Date: Country House · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Former country house, built c. 1826, converted into hospital in 1920

    Aberlady, The Wynd, Drill Hall

    Identifier: MEL2768 · Date: Drill Hall · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Drill hall, 19th to 20th century

    Seacliff Cottage / Seacliffe, Cottages

    Identifier: MEL1930 · Date: Service Wing · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Baronial service cottage to Seacliff House c. 1845, used as research station in WWI