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The First World War plaques located within the structure, and the Second World War and post–1945 conflicts plaques are located outside the structure to the left and right. The builders were James Millar & Sons and Leonard Grandison & Son.
stone & mosaic tiles
5th October 1922
at all times
First World War plaques: BROUGHTON / (names) / DRUMELZIER / (names) / EDDLESTON / (names) / INNERLEITHEN / (names) / KIRKURD / (names) / LYNE & MEGGAT / LYNE / (name) / MEGGAT / (names) / MANOR / (names) / NEWLANDS / (names) / SKIRLING / (names) / STOBO / (names) / TRAQUAIR / (names) / TWEEDSMUIR / (names) / WALKERBURN / (names) / WEST LINTON / (names) / PEEBLES / (names); Second World War plaques: 1939 1945 / IN PROUD REMEMBRANCE OF / THOSE OF THE COUNTY OF / PEEBLES WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES / IN THE WAR / INNERLEITHEN / (names) / LINTON / (names) / WALKERBURN / (names) / NEWLANDS / (names) / TRAQUAIR / (name) / TWEEDSMUIR / (name) / BROUGHTON / (name) / EDDLESTON / (name) / LYNE / (name) / SKIRLING / (name); post-1945 plaque: IN PROUD REMEMBRANCE OF / THOSE OF THE COUNTY OF/ PEEBLES WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES / IN CONFLICTS SINCE 1945 / AFGHANISTAN 2008 / (name)