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2002.226

Identifier: 2002.226 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Metal object, (possible handle fragment?) iron with a copper alloy veneer. Oval in shape with a curved top surface. Possible rivet hole in centre of top surface. Heavily corroded (rust and verdigri...

Anderson Strathern

Identifier: LH/SD/1890 · Date: nd · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Anderson Strathern Property Advert

Barrack Street Port Seton

Identifier: MAP/901 · Date: 1967 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

A large coloured plan for the proposed housing at Barrack Street Port Seton. Plan details the 3 storey housing in floor and elevation plans. Drawn by Bomber & Hall Architects Edinburgh and dated Ma...

Bone

Identifier: 2002.199 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

1 bag (circa 45 fragments) of mammal bone, large and small.

Bone, Fragment

Identifier: 2002.201 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

1 bag, c. 12 fragments of pig tusk, large and small.

Bone, Fragment

Identifier: 2002.200 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Cylindrical fragment of antler.

Bottle Smash, Olde Ship Inn, Port Seton

Identifier: IC/COU/72 · Date: 13th June 1997 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting (from left) David Knox, Patrick Knox, Dorothy Bele, Mike Gregory (darts player), Lesley Reynolds, Stuart Baxter, and Allistar Knox at the bottle smash at the Olde Ship Inn, Por...

Brooch

Identifier: 2007.13 · Date: 13th to 14th C · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Round medieval lead alloy brooch with twisted design and simple pin

Burgh Of Cockenzie And Port Seton Proposed Extensions Of Boundaries Of Burgh.

Identifier: MAP/373 · Date: 1934 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

OS Map Edition of 1933. Detailing the proposed extension to the Burgh boundaries October 1934.

Certificates Of Completion Of Temporary Dwellings

Identifier: CPS/5/1/2 · Date: 1946 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Certificates relating to temporary dwellings in Thomson Crescent