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Redhouse Point

A headland which represents the northeastern boundary of Gullane Bay in East Lothian, Redhouse Point extends into the Firth of Forth a mile (1.5 km) north of Gullane. The Black Rocks lie immediately to the west. This point is unnamed on modern Ordnance Survey maps, but takes its name from the ruined Red House which is recorded on the First Edition of 1854.


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