Edinburgh, Lothians and the Borders
This work is part of the Exploring Scotland's Heritage series which provides an introduction to the archaeological heritage of Scotland. It looks at the Edinburgh, Lothian and Border regions, examining their heritage which reflects their economic and political importance for over 5000 years.
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INDUSTRIAL MONUMENTS BRIDGES
MERCAT CROSSES RURAL BUILDINGS
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19th century Abbey added arch associated attractive Border Bridge buildings built burial cairns carved Castle centre Chapel church circle close complete contains Continue contrast cross cultivation designed ditch earlier early East Lothian Edinburgh English entrance evidence face farm field floor further ground harbour head Hill Historic important incorporated industrial interesting John Kirk land landscape late later leads linked mainly massive medieval Melrose Mill minor road monuments Museum names natural once original parish particularly Peebles perhaps period present probably railway rampart rectangular reflect remains remarkable river road Roman route Royal Scotland Scottish settlement side signposted Southdean square stands stone Street suggest surviving terraces tower town Tweed upper valley vaulted village wall Water whilst wide