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Place name County Entry Source Balerno Midlothian Balerno, a village in Currie parish, Edinburghshire, on the right bank of the Water of Leith, with a station on a loop Groome Balerno Midlothian Balerno , vil. with ry. sta., Currie par., NW. Edinburghshire, on Water of Leith, 7 miles SW. of Edinburgh, pop. 474; P.O., T.O.; has several Bartholomew Balerno Railway Midlothian Balerno Railway, an Edinburghshire loop line of the Caledonian, 5 1 / 65 miles long, from Slateford to Ravelrig siding. A single Groome Bavelaw Midlothian Balerno. It is overlooked, on the right, 2½ miles below its source, by remains of an ancient royal hunting Groome Bavelaw Burn Midlothian Bavelaw Burn , stream, on which are two reservoirs, SW. Edinburghshire, running 6 miles to the Water of Leith at Balerno. Bartholomew Caledonian Railway Midlothian Balerno and Currie, rejoining the main line at Slateford. In the immediate vicinity of Edinburgh various connections have been made Groome Colinton Midlothian Balerno loop-line of the Caledonian (1874), a post office, with money order, savings' bank, and telegraph departments, 2 inns Groome Currie Midlothian Balerno are a U.P. church and St Mungo's Episcopal chapel; and two public schools, Balerno and Currie, and Balerno Groome Edinburgh Midlothian Balerno, Bathgate, Broxburn, Burra, East Calder, East Linton, Fala, Ford, Gorebridge, Howgate, Lasswade, Lerwick, Midcalder, Mossbank, Newlands, North Berwick, Ollaberry Groome Edinburghshire or Midlothian Midlothian Balerno, Colinton, Corstorphine, Cramond, Dnddingston, Eskbank, Fala, Gilmerton, Gorebridge, Granton, Kirknewton, Lasswade, Loanhead, Midcalder, Newbattle, Newhaven, Ratho, Roslin, Slateford, and Stow Groome Harelaw Midlothian Balerno. A reservoir is on it at an elevation of 802 feet above sea-level; and a cairn, comprising about Groome Harelaw Reservoir Midlothian Harelaw Reservoir , Currie par., Edinburghshire, 1½ mile SE. of Balerno sta. Bartholomew Juniper Green Midlothian Balerno loop-line (1874) of the Caledonian railway, 1 mile ENE of Currie and 5½ miles SW of Edinburgh Groome Kirkliston Midlothian
Balerno and 7¾ (as the crow flies) S of Kirkliston village. Its church having once belonged to the Knights Groome Leith, Water of Midlothian Balerno; and its other tributaries are small but numerous, mostly from the Pentlands. Its volume varies, according to the weather Groome Lislonshiels Midlothian section of Kirkliston par., Edinburghshire, in the Pentland Hills, 8 miles S. of Kirkliston vil. and 4 miles SW. of Balerno. Bartholomew Malleny Midlothian Balerno village and station. The house is old and ivy-mantled, with -Dutch gardens, and fine old yews and plane Groome Malleny Midlothian Malleny , old seat, Currie par., Edinburghshire, near Balerno. Bartholomew
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