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CONTENTS

From Six to Twelve...........................................................Robert Donaldson
Fowler's Brewery 1924-196l ............................................................A. M. Smith
Cuthill................................................................................. Elizabeth Neilson
Shops in the High Street........................................................ William Davie
Not a trace left ................................................................................. D. Nisbet
Fond memories of my childhood ...................................Anne MacFarlane

ILLUSTRATIONS

1. A tramcar at Bankton.
2. The brewery photographed in 1898.
3. The courtyard of Fowler's Brewery.
4. Summerlee Street, the row of Miners' Cottages where Elizabeth Neilson was born.
5. The Co-op store.
6. Mellis's soap works photographed in 1914. 7. Prestonlinks Colliery 1964 at the time of its closure. 8. Prestonpans High Street, as it looked before the redevelopment of the 1960's.
9. Interior of the Forth Tavern.
Frontispiece Prestonpans School.

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