North Berwick - East Lothian
[Luca Ice Cream Van]
Philip Luca and his famous ice cream making family have been connected with North Berwick since the 1930s. The Rolls Royce Ice Cream Van was on display during the visit of Prince Charles when he opened the Scottish Seabird Centre in June 2000.
[High Street]
In 1870, an old tenement was demolished to make way for this building, then No.1 Westgate and now 59, High Street. The property was owned by George Fowler with his bake house to the rear and in the 1880s William Struth took over the premises as a butchers shop.
[East Fortune]

East Fortune Air Traffic Control Tower circa 1938

East Fortune is home to Scotland's Museum of Flight where a huge collection of aeroplanes and rockets are on display in the hangers of the former World War II airfield.

Learn about the history of flight from the pioneers to supersonic jets.

Open all year. Mon. - Sun. 10.30 - 17.00

Views of Tantallon Castle

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