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Around Tranter Country (1)
A series of pictures taken by Toby Andersson, one of our Tranter List members, when he was came to our 'Tranter Gathering'.
North Berwick from the south with Fidra island in the background.
An important fishing and trading port in the 19th century it
became, in the 20th century, a popular holiday resort. Particularly for golfers.
Berwick Law, an ancient volcanic plug.
On top of Berwick Law looking through the whale's jawbone.
North Berwick town is below.
The Bass Rock from the top of Berwick Law. A breeding ground for gannets
and other sea birds hence the white colour. Used as a prison to confine some
Covenanters it was captured by a group Jacobites in June 1691 in the name
of James VII. They held out until April 1694.