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owned by a Mr Brown.
The next building was one of the places which helped to make the Pans famous Mellis's Soap Works with the big house called St Ringans, and next to it in the new part of the Coronation Gardens stands a monument built in the 1860's to Thomas Alexander of the Army Medical Corps.
At the bottom of Rose Mount we had the telephone exchange, in that lime kept by Mrs Ross and family, and then another part of Fowler's Brewery to the bottom of Harlaw Hill. This has now been replaced by the new supermarket, so my memories of the old shops on the Pans High Street must come to a close and make room for the new. But some of these names will always be remembered when the name of Prestonpans is mentioned.