Skateraw

   SKATERAW, a hamlet, in the parish of Innerwick, county of Haddington, 1 mile (N. E.) from the village of Innerwick; containing 72 inhabitants. It lies in the northern extremity of the parish, on the road from Berwick to Dunbar, and has a small harbour opening into the Frith of Forth, erected some years since by Messrs. Brodie, of Thorntonloch, and Lee, of Skateraw; it is used for the export of lime, and import of coal.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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