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East Lothian Saltire Trail

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Saltire Trail
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Beltonford Roundabout (NT643776)
To:  Levenhall Links (NT359728)
Via:  East Linton, East Fortune, National Museum of Flight, Athelstaneford, Haddington, Wallyford
Distance:  27 miles (43.5 km)
Old route now:  A199, B1377, B1347, unclass, B1343, A6137, B6471, A199
Highway Authorities

East Lothian

Traditional Counties

East Lothian • Midlothian

The Saltire Trail is one of three tourist route alternatives to the A1 between Musselburgh and Dunbar. Is signed with a logo based on the Saltire.

East Lothian Saltire Trail
Related Pictures
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Flowerbed, Station Road - Geograph - 3688673.jpgFarm Cottages at East Fortune - Geograph - 836311.jpgB1343 heading for Athelstaneford - Geograph - 1707005.jpgB1343, Kilduff - Geograph - 76308.jpgFirst bus on A199 (old A1) - Coppermine - 16863.JPG
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