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    Excavation On The Seafield And Esk Pipeline

    Identifier: MEL239 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In 2000, AOC Archaeology Group undertook an excavation on part of the Seafield and Esk Pipeline where the pipeline crossed two scheduled ancient monuments to the south of Inveresk. The main g...

    Watching Brief On The Seafield And Esk Pipeline

    Identifier: EEL280 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In February to March 2000, AOC Archaeology Group undertook a watching brief on part of the Seafield and Esk Pipeline. No significant archaeological features were recorded. Where the pipeline...

    Evaluation At The Stadium Site, Barbachlaw, Wallyford

    Identifier: MEL2064 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In March 2002, AOC Archaeology Group undertook an evaluation of land around Barbachlaw Farm, Wallyford, on the proposed site of a new stadium. No features or artefacts of archaeological signi...

    Evaluation At Barbachlaw Farm, Wallyford

    Identifier: MEL6368 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In September 2002, AOC Archaeology Group undertook an evaluation in three fields surrounding Barbachlaw Farm, Wallyford on the site of a proposed housing development. Archaeological features ...

    Watching Brief At Brunton Wire Works, Musselburgh

    Identifier: MEL2444 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) From Nov. 2000 to Jan. 2001, AOC Archaeology Group undertook a watching brief during the excavation of site investigation test pits and boreholes at Brunton Wire Works, prior to the redevelopm...

    Evaluation At 3-7 Shorthope Street, Musselburgh

    Identifier: EEL179 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In March 2004, an archaeological evaluation was undertaken by AOC Archaeology Group at 3-7 Shorthope Street, Musselburgh, on the site of a proposed residential development. No features of arc...

    Watching Brief At Lewisvale Public Park, Musselburgh

    Identifier: MEL8840 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In February 1999, AOC Archaeology Group undertook a watching brief during the construction of new paths at Lewsivale Public Park, Musselburgh. A wide, deeply buried ditch was revealed, aligne...

    Historic Building Recording At 19 Millhill, Musselburgh

    Identifier: MEL8839 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In October 2004 AOC Archaeology Group undertook historic building recording at 19 Millhill, Musselburgh. This consisted of a Level 1 survey and a Level 3 measured survey of the internal elevat...

    Archaeological Test-pitting At Kirkpark, Inveresk

    Identifier: MEL281 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1) In March 2001, AOC Archaeology Group undertook a programme of test-pitting at Kirkpark, Inveresk on the route of a proposed access road. Nine 1 m2 test pits were excavated prior to site invest...

    Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation At Old Craighall

    Identifier: EEL983 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    (1-2) In August 2017, AOC undertook a trial trench evaluation at Old Craighall in advance of a housing development. A total of 250 linear metres of trenching were excavated revealing topsoil overl...