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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURNMOUTH STATION Burnmouth Station Thomas Calder
James Redpath Station Master
John Ralph Chief Boatman Burnmouth
012.06 A small though convenient building on the North British Railway six miles from Berwick. It is conveniently situated for the export of fish from the neighbouring Villages of Burnmouth & Ross farm the former of which it gets the name
FAIRNEYSIDE Fairneyside Thomas Calder Fairneyside Ayton
James Redpath
John Ralph
012.05 ; 012.06 A well built Farm dwelling with extensive offices and a large farm attached. It is the property of Earl Brownlow (a Minor and is occupied by Mr Thomas Calder - It is said to have taken its name from the quantity of ferns which formerly grew there.
NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY North British Railway Thomas Calder
James Redpath
John Ralph
011.08 ; 011.12 ; 012.05 ; 012.06 ; 012.09 a well-constructed line between Berwick and Edinburgh. which has a good share of passenger and goods traffic. It runs nearly parallel to the coast and passes through several deep glens which makes it a pleasant route to travellers

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Sheet 12 No 6 -- Parish of Ayton -- Trace 1. -- Collected by M Cottrell Pte. [Private] RS&M [Royal Sappers and Miners]

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