|Title||The Chesters. Site of a fort, now a leaf choked wet woodland. Near Eaglescairnie Mains.|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||29 Mar 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||18 Mar 2012 03:23:14 (UTC)|
The Chesters. Site of a fort, now a leaf choked wet woodland. Near Eaglescairnie Mains.
Silent Woods near Eaglescairnie Situated just off the Bolton to Gifford road in East Lothian. A Dainish fort is thought to have stood on this spot.
Fields on Bolton Muir Looking north from the edge of Bolton Muir Wood.
Upper Bolton Strips
Fields on Bolton Muir Looking north-west from the edge of Bolton Muir Wood,
Road Junction near Gifford This junction if of the Gifford to Bolton roads
The road through Bolton Wood Heading for East Saltoun.
The road through Bolton Wood
Eaglescairnie driveway Long, straight, daffodil-lined driveway for Eaglescairnie House.
Bolton Muir Wood. Scots pine plantation with birch understory.
Bolton Muir Wood A mixed conifer plantation, with some recent felling and replanting, and a nicely fruiting holly tree.
Coach house, Eaglescarnie. Big houses usually have one of these. Stables and a place for a coach. This one has a doocot in the gable.
Road junction between Bolton and Upper Bolton
A clearing in the woods Two fine oaks at the edge of a large clearing in Bolton Muir Wood
Spring barley at Upper Bolton
A view to the east along the southern edge of Bolton Muir Wood
Eaglescairnie House Eaglescairnie - 'The church by the rocks' It is believed there has been a house on this site since the 12th century when Emma de St. Hilary married William de Vetereponte (Vipond) …
Gifford & Garvald Light Railway course The little white notice on the fence states that Port Wood (behind the camera) and the surrounding farmland are part of a stewardship scheme and encourages respo…
East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom osm