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    Gorebridge, Redheugh

    Identifier: MEL5105 · Date: Farmhouse · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Farmhouse, early 19th century

    Lasswade, Broomieknowe, Beechpark House

    Identifier: MEL5114 · Date: Building · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT36NW 195 3049 6567

    NMRS REPORT DATE: 22/10/2001

    Newtongrange, Lady Victoria Colliery, Dense Medium Plant

    Identifier: MEL8520 · Date: Screening Plant · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Coal treatment plant, 1963-4

    Newtongrange, Lady Victoria Colliery, Old Washer Plant

    Identifier: MEL8520 · Date: Colliery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Coal washer plant, c. 1900

    Newtongrange, 21 Murderdean Road

    Identifier: MEL5132 · Date: House · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    House, late 19th century

    Newtongrange, Lady Victoria Colliery, British Coal Archive

    Identifier: MEL8520 · Date: Colliery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Workshope, 1950s

    Newtongrange, Lady Victoria Colliery, Visitor Centre

    Identifier: MEL8520 · Date: Colliery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Power station, 1924, later used as offices

    Newtongrange, Lady Victoria Colliery, Fines Treatment Plant And Thickener

    Identifier: MEL8520 · Date: Colliery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT36SW 22.08 centred 3327 6381 and 3327 6382 to 3327 6380

    The Fines Treatment Plant cleaned the dirty water from the Dense Medium Plant and was built in 1963-64. The Thickener is a concrete settli...

    Newtongrange, Lady Victoria Colliery, Headgear

    Identifier: MEL8520 · Date: Colliery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT36SW 22.11 centred 3327 6374

    The headgear stands 85ft (26m) high, and was constructed by Sir William Arrol and Co in 1893. A flight of steps runs up the northern angled brace and dives access to...

    Newtongrange, Lady Victoria Colliery, Pithead Building

    Identifier: MEL8520 · Date: Colliery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT36SW 22.13 centred 3326 6371

    The Picking Tables were ranges of slow moving conveyors at which workers stood to remove lumps of stone and other unwanted materials from the coal. Women often did t...