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A small obelisk about six feet high with only the capital having any markings and then only on the vertical cardinal faces. Restored by the North Berwick Rotary Club in 2007 to commemorate their 40th anniversary, however the original date or provenance is not known. It appears to be a new work rather than a restoration.

Date

2007

Medium

sandstone

Measurements

H 200 x W (?) x D (?) cm

Accession number

EH39_AM_S008

Work type

Obelisk

Owner

North Berwick Community Council

Custodian

North Berwick Community Council

Work status

extant

Listing status

not listed

Unveiling date

2007

Access

at all times


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Located at

Lodge Grounds, East Road, North Berwick

EH39 4HW