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Agreement As To Troughs In Fields Os Map

Identifier: MAP/364 · Date: 1921 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

OS Map Edition 1908, Haddingtonshire Sheet XI. N.E. Detailing Land ownership by Col .Grant, Duke of Roxburgh, Thurston & Capt. Anderson and the agreement of troughs in Fields located at Stenton, Sp...

Birks Plantation

Identifier: MEL6518 · Date: Fort · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Cropmark of promontory fort

Black Law

Identifier: MEL11472 · Date: Quarry · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Quarry

Blaikie Heugh, Balfour Monument

Identifier: MEL1068 · Date: Commemorative Monument · Author: East Lothian Council HER

NT57SE 72 5755 7295

Historic Scotland Listed Building Description: Dated 1858 on panel. Red sandstone ashlar obelisk on
3-stepped plinth and corniced pedestal; memorial tablet
to James Maitland ...

Blue House

Identifier: MEL1449 · Date: Farmstead · Author: East Lothian Council HER

NT66SW 31 6264 6447
(NT 6256 6445) Probable post-medieval farmstead, comprising rectangular and curvilinear earthen enclosures and platforms with field banks extending to the SE. (Visible on AP's O...

Blue House / Mayshiel

Identifier: MEL1440 · Date: Cairn · Author: East Lothian Council HER

NT66SW 22 6210 6470.

NT 6210 6470. The remains of what may be a robbed cairn are situated at approximately 305m OD in a field recently reclaimed from moorland. It measures 13.0m in overall diamet...

Building Recording At Stoneypath Tower, Whittinghame

Identifier: MEL1001 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In 2001, Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook building recording in advance of the restoration of Stoneypath Tower as a private dwelling. The building is an L-plan house of probable 15th century...

Chapel Stone / Penshiel Grange

Identifier: MEL1450 · Date: Stone Circle · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Standing stone

Chapman’s Slack, General

Identifier: MEL3649 · Date: Site · Author: East Lothian Council HER

Clint / South Lodge

Identifier: MEL1711 · Date: House · Author: East Lothian Council HER

19th century gate lodge, 20th additions