Haddington and the River Tyne
Haddington was once one of the most important towns in Scotland, but it suffered from attacks by the English army and was badly damaged by floods in 1358. Today it has a population of only 9,000 but it remains the administrative capital of East Lothian. This short and easy walk combines the town's finest buildings with an attractive stroll along the banks of the River Tyne.
Good paths and pavements throughout.
Bus to Haddington.
Haddington High Street.
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