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East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

Choose from 379 pictures in our East Lothian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Bagpipe Player Featured East Lothian Print

Bagpipe Player

24th September 1955: A bagpipe player of Princess Louise's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders wearing the Sutherland tartan at Stirling in Scotland. The regiment comprises of the combined forces of the 91st Argyllshires and the 93rd Sutherlands (of the Thin Red Line of Balaklava fame). Original Publication: Picture Post - 8005 - Famous Scottish Regiments 12 : The Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders - pub. 1955 (Photo by Malcolm Dunbar/Picture Post/Getty Images)

Strikers Game Featured East Lothian Print

Strikers Game

May 1926: A group of miners passing the time with a game of cards outside Prestonpans Colliery, East Lothian, during industrial action at the time of the General Strike. The General Strike involved key industries, such as public transport, building and printing, taking industrial action to support the miners protest against government plans to increase hours and lower pay. Members of the Armed Forces were drafted in to help with essential work but the strikes only lasted nine days from May 4th to May 12th. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Boys On The Bridge Featured East Lothian Print

Boys On The Bridge

1st October 1955: A group of boys passing under the elaborate metalwork gateway of a bridge in the Scottish industrial town of Kilmarnock. Kilmarnock is home to a variety of industries, including the Johnnie Walker whisky distillery and John Lawson's tartan factory, as well as others less traditional to Scotland such as Saxone shoes and Glenfield and Kenny, manufacturers of high quality hydraulic equipment. It is hoped that the diversity of these enterprises will protect the town's economy in the event of a slump so that the low rate of unemployment, 1.5 per cent of the working population, does not increase. Original Publication: Picture Post - 8024 - Is Auld Killie Slump-Proof? - pub. 1955 (Photo by Malcolm Dunbar/Picture Post/Getty Images)