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Evaluation At The Wagon Inn, Aberlady

Identifier: MEL9267 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) An evaluation was carried out in the grounds of the Wagon Inn (NT47NE 101) in May 2005 prior to a housing development. Nine trenches were excavated, amounting to 127.5m2 (c 5% of the total dev...

Watching Brief At The Wagon Inn, Aberlady

Identifier: MEL9267 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In August 2006, a watching brief was undertaken by CFA Archaeology Ltd during the construction of a new build house. The new house was located at the northern end of the building plot, on the...

A Watching Brief At The Poplars, Back Lane, Aberlady

Identifier: MEL4938 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) An archaeological watching brief was undertaken during the development of Block 1, to the north of Back Lane. A Programme of Works (Evaluation) was originally attached to the planning consent...

Geophysical Survey At Kilspindie Castle, Aberlady, East Lothian 1995

Identifier: MEL630 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In 1995, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook a geophysical around the remains of the 16th century Kilspindie Castle, in a field known as the Glebe or Butcher's Field N of Aberlady. A gradiometer sur...

Geophysical Survey At Kilspindie Castle, Aberlady, East Lothian 1998

Identifier: MEL630 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In 1998, CFA Archaeology Ltd undertook a geophysical survey around the remains of the 16th-century Kilspindie Castle which lie in Glebe Field, N of Aberlady. A resistivity survey, complementin...

Excavation At Aberlady Harbour

Identifier: MEL9221 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) Between June and August 2008 CFA Archaeology Ltd and volunteers from the Aberlady Conservation Society conducted an excavation of the upstanding remains of a timber and stone structure within ...

Ground Penetrating Radar Survey At The Smugglers Cave, Aberlady

Identifier: MEL635 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1)(2) In June 2008 a GPR survey was carried out to identify the course and possible condition of the Smugglers Cave by Utsi Electronics, assisted by CFA Archaeology and volunteers from Aberlady C...

Evaluation At Butchers Field, Aberlady

Identifier: MEL10344 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

(1) In August 2008 CFA Archaeology Ltd and volunteers from the Aberlady Conservation Society conducted an evaluation of anomalies identified during a geophysical survey (EEL764).
Three trenches wer...

A Watching Brief At Loch Hill Farm, Longniddry, East Lothian

Identifier: MEL7862 · Author: East Lothian Council HER

A watching brief was carried out in November 2002 on the proposed site of a telecommunications mast. No archaeological features were found.