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It lies beside the A1 road ,the A1 runs through the parish splitting the parish from its associated villages and hamlets namely Meadowmill and the port of the parish Cockenzie. The original main post road ran straight through the town until the new A1 was built. The population of the town is approximately. Tranent was formerly a major mining town, but now serves as a commuter town for Edinburgh. The name is thought to be of Brythonic origin, possibly containing the elements Tre and Nant , meaning town over the stream Travernant. Tranent was once an important mining town, and coal was first worked there in the thirteenth century by the monks of Newbattle Abbey who mined a nearby 2. Tranent is now a commuter town supporting the south-east of Scotland and, more specifically, Edinburgh.
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The Museum of Childhood was the first museum in the world to be dedicated to the history of childhood and it attracts over , visitors a year. Amongst the displays you will find toys, games, clothes, books and dolls, dating from the s to the present day. There are five galleries to explore throughout which you will find fascinating and rare objects as well as toys you may recognise from your own childhood. Discover Stories of Childhood on the Museum of Childhood blog.
Lauriston Castle is currently closed. Free entry to the grounds and Mimi's Cafe on site: the gates are closed 5pm daily. Currently there is no public toilet provision at Lauriston Castle due to the ongoing pandemic. We will keep everyone updated as soon as it is possible to reopen our toilets safely. With its calm, tranquil atmosphere, and stunning views across the Firth of Forth, Lauriston is the perfect place to escape from the bustle of the city centre.