Cockenzie & Port Seton | Further reading & references
Cockenzie & Port Seton Heritage Group (1991) Yin ‘o ‘Oo: Cockenzie & Port Seton in Days Gone By
East Lothian County Council Development Plan: an analysis of county planning problems. Mears F. & Tindall, F.P., 11 December 1950
East Lothian Courier 2000 September 8 ‘Historic gathering of fisherfolk planned’
Hajducki, A. (1992) The North Berwick and Gullane Branch Lines Oakwood Press
Hickie, Jim (1993) All the World’s a Stage, pub by author
Johnstone, Jean & Barry (1991) Cockenzie & Port Seton, 1591-1991, pub by authors
Land Use Consultants for the Countryside Commission for Scotland, CCS (later Scottish Natural Heritage, SNH) and Historic Buildings and Monuments Directorate, Scottish Development Department (first published c 1987, 1997 reprint) The Inventory of Gardens & Designed Landscapes in Scotland: Volume 5: Lothian & Borders
McCullagh, R. (1994) Excavations at Fisher’s Row, Port Seton (west enclosure) AOC (Scotland) Ltd.
Snodgrass, C.P. (1953) The Third Statistical Account: The County of East Lothian Oliver & Boyd
Turner, R. (1980) One Hundred Year’s New: Cockenzie & Port Seton, Sound & Visual Products Ltd. Edinburgh
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