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    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

    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

    Amisfield Park, Military Camp

    Identifier: MEL10002 · Date: Military Camp · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Site of military camps in 1745, Napoleonic Wars, WWI and WWII

    Newbattle Abbey Hostel, Military Camp

    Identifier: MEL5139 · Date: Military Camp · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    WWII military camp, which occupied approximately 19 hectares of parkland within the Newbattle Estate. Some wartime huts still in use as hostel.

    Pentland Grove, Lasswade

    Identifier: MEL11734 · Date: Glasshouse · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Greenhouse foundations

    Woodhouselee, Camp 2, German Working Camp

    Identifier: MEL6498 · Date: Prisoner Of War Camp · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Prisoner of war camp, WW2

    Bransly Hill, Innerwick

    Identifier: MEL8752 · Date: Bomb Crater · Author: East Lothian Council HER

    Bomb crater dating to WWII from a German Heinkel Bomber