North Berwick - East Lothian
North Berwick Harbour with the Yacht Club (centre), former Fisherman's Hall (whitewashed building) and Old Granary (right).

Council Chambers in Quality Street with the sycamore tree planted by King Edward VII in 1902.
[Coastguard Station]
Former Coastguard Look-out Station, and ruins of the Auld Kirk on the Anchor Green.

Town Council Chambers and Clock Tower in Quality Street - February 2001

Berwick Law from Williamstone Farm

Viewforth and the Harbour

Town Council Chambers

Famous 'A View From The Bass' Video

Tourist Board Information film from 1963. Featuring the Bass Rock with Fred Marr arriving
with the post on the Girl Pat and Chris Marr mending a creel by the yacht club steps.
A group of Boy Scouts at the top of Berwick Law, the beaches were packed and the crowds
leaving a Swimming Gala in 1963.

Colour Film of North Berwick in 1938

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