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Gifford Parish Church

Identifier: IC/AT/18 · Date: Mid 20th century · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Postcard depicting Gifford Parish Church. To the right is School Road. In front sits the war memorial and a fingerpost.

Gosford House Grounds, Aberlady

Identifier: IC/AC/5 · Date: 1897 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting the grounds at Gosford House, Aberlady. In the foreground is a well with an iron cover. Next to it is a bench. There is a path running across the image and to the side of it is...

High Street, Aberlady

Identifier: IC/AC/8 · Date: 1897 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting High Street, Aberlady. A number of houses are evident. In the far distance, just visible, is the mercat (market) cross.

Gosford House, Aberlady

Identifier: IC/AC/6 · Date: 1898 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting the façade of the western end of Gosford House, Aberlady.

Luffness House, Aberlady

Identifier: IC/AC/7 · Date: 1908 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting Luffness House, Aberlady, obscured by many trees. In the foreground is a river.

Amisfield House, Haddington

Identifier: IC/AK/969 · Date: 1880-1924 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting Amisfield House, Haddington.

The Ford, Haddington

Identifier: IC/AK/252 · Date: 1870-1910 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting The Ford, which was a few yards above old Nungate Bridge and closed about 1950. In the background are a row of houses in the Nungate alongside the River Tyne. In the front left...

Court Street, Haddington

Identifier: IC/AK/253 · Date: 1870-1910 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting Court Street in Haddington. In the foreground is the Tweeddale Monument adjacent to the Corn Exchange. The picture also features the Town House in the middle left-hand corner....

Bothwell Castle, Hardgate, Haddington

Identifier: IC/AK/255 · Date: 1885-1905 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting Bothwell Castle, also known as Sandybed House, and the road that lies in front of it. At the entrance are some children and a lady. Two of the boys are possibly related to the ...