In 2000, a series of publications on Prestonpans history were commissioned by the Baron Court of Prestoungrange; these are available from the Prestongrange Industrial Heritage Museum and from the Prestoungrange University Press. They can be also be purchased and accessed on www.prestoungrange.org
Dalgleish, George (1990) Pots at the ‘Pans: the potteries of Prestonpans, Musselburgh & Portobello Scottish Mining Museum
Ironside, Robert & Douglas, Harry (2000) A History of Royal Musselburgh Golf Club, 1774-1999 The Royal Musselburgh Golf Club
Macaulay, Janet D. (1981) A short history of Prestonpans published by the author
Maley, John (1997) Tuppence for the Scratcher: memories of Prestonpans East Lothian Council Library Service
Murray, G., Apted, M.R. and Hodkinson, I. (1996) ‘Prestongrange and its Painted Ceiling’ in The Transactions of the East Lothian Antiquarian and Field Naturalists’ Society Vol X, pp92-132
Prestonpans Local History Society (2000) Tales of the Pans The essays in this book can be accessed on www.prestoungrange.org A reprint has been produced by the Baron Court
(1986) The Pans Remembered East Lothian District Library
(1995) The Story of Prestonpans from Contemporary Records: 1790s-1950s East Lothian District Library
(1995) Prestongrange Church – the first 400 years Prestongrange Church
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