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    Roslin

    Identifier: MEL11593 · Date: Ditch · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Linear features and former building remains recorded during evaluation

    Newbattle Abbey

    Identifier: MEL8356 · Date: Abbey · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Site of 12th century abbey, partly incorporated into 16th century tower house, extended into mansion during 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries

    Musselburgh, High Street, Pinkie House / Loretto School

    Identifier: MEL246 · Date: School · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Mansion built in 1613, incorporating earlier house, and with later additions

    Haddington, Mill Wynd, West Mills / Adam Paterson Mill

    Identifier: MEL1175 · Date: Watermill · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    20th century mill building, on site of earlier watermill

    Gorebridge, Hunterfield Road, 5, Newbyres Hall

    Identifier: MEL10769 · Date: Church · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Church 1858, used as village hall and masonic hall

    Seafield Moor Road, Lasswade

    Identifier: MEL11737 · Date: Animal Burial · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Site of early modern horse burial; extensive area of post medieval rig and furrow cultivation and possible boundary ditch

    14-18 Ironmills Road, Dalkeith / North Esk Mill

    Identifier: MEL9704 · Date: Fulling Mill · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Site of waulk mill, 18th to 19th century, and later sawmill.

    North Links, Archerfield, Dirleton

    Identifier: MEL8767 · Date: Post Alignment · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Posthole or pit alignments forming a grid pattern.

    Battleblent, West Barns, Dunbar

    Identifier: MEL9291 · Date: House · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    House, later a hotel, built in the second half of the 19th century

    Musselburgh, Loretto School, Newfield

    Identifier: MEL9710 · Date: Deer Park · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Enclosed as a deer park in 1743 by the Dalrymples of Newhailes, used as a playing field for Loretto School from 1884, and memorial field after WWI