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Gravestone At Tranent Parish Church

Identifier: IC/ID/291 · Date: 1989 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting a gravestone at Tranent Parish Church.

Aircraft At The Bass Rock, Near North Berwick

Identifier: IC/RPP/44 · Date: 1914-1918 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Copy of a hand-drawn postcard showing three of bi-plane aircraft above the Firth of Forth, near North Berwick. An airship is also visible. The red, white and blue Royal Flying Corps (RFC), or Royal...

Dirleton Castle Courtyard

Identifier: IC/AA/220 · Date: 1880-1930 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting Dirleton Castle courtyard.

Dirleton Castle

Identifier: IC/AA/250 · Date: 1700-1850 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting Dirleton Castle.

Fete At Archerfield House, Dirleton

Identifier: IC/AA/15 · Date: c. 1920 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photograph depicting a fete at Archerfield House, Dirleton. A number of people, including two girl guides, are watching on as the Countess of Haddington, standing on a balcony above the front door,...

Two Images Of Women’s Land Army At Balgone Barns, North Berwick

Identifier: IC/AB/570/1 · Date: 1942-1947 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting two images of Women's Land Army at Balgone Barns Farm, North Berwick. The man in the lower image is Jimmy Leckie.

Five Girls From The Women’s Land Army At The Quarry Court Hotel, North Berwick

Identifier: IC/AB/570/2 · Date: 1943-1947 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting five girls from the Women's Land Army at the Quarry Court Hotel, North Berwick. Their names are Sadie, Margaret, Grace and Margaret. Second from the right is Irene MacGill.

A Group Posing At The Official Opening Of The Women’s Land Army Hostel, The Quarry Court Hotel, North Berwick

Identifier: IC/AB/570/3 · Date: Jun-43 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting a group posing at the official opening of the Women's Land Army hostel, the Quarry Court Hotel, North Berwick.

Four Girls From The Women’s Land Army Having A Picnic At Balgone Barns Farm, North Berwick

Identifier: IC/AB/570/4 · Date: 1942 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting four girls from the Women's Land Army having a picnic at Balgone Barns Farm, North Berwick. From the left are Diana, Bette, Irene MacGill and a farm hand.

Two Images Of Canty Bay Radar Station At Tantallon, Near North Berwick

Identifier: IC/AB/559 · Date: 1985-2005 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Photocopy depicting two images of Canty Bay Radar Station at Tantallon, near North Berwick.