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This was on the main Roman Road from England the the Romans main northern harbour at Cramond on the north west corner of Edinburgh. It was famous for it's medical skills and the medical herbs that it grew as it was on the 'Pilgrim Route'...More
Interesting place, loads of history but overwhelmed by the Soutra Wind Farm. Nothing much there to see, little more than a stone outbuilding, a good position finder and documentation. Good parking but no facilities whatsoever. Not the sort of place to take kids unless they...More
We decided on a little trip to Soutra Aisle this morning. After following the brown sign off the A68 there was no other sign to help along the way.
We saw the building but drove past the car park which was not signposted at all....More
While headed from Roslin to Melrose the road was closed so we back tracked and turned off a little side road that appeared like it might be headed in our general direction.
It was on this venture that we came across this tiny and very...More
Just went there as part of the Heritage open days. The weather was atrocious (Wet&windy) and the place had little shelter, but the talk by the volunteers kept me spellbound and unwavering for 3 hours! When it is better weather, I'll check out the site...More
Approx once a fortnight in summer you can go around this medieaval hospital site with a "medical archeologist" guide who can tell you all about the history and the research done to establish waht medicines were used 400 years ago. . You have to book...More