On a bright sunny Monday afternoon I went for a walk with my camera at Prestongrange.
Prestongrange is a free open-air museum. With both indoor and outdoor areas it is a great place to visit no matter the weather.
For centuries Prestongrange was a place of intense industrial activity. A harbour, glass works, pottery, colliery and brickworks have all left their marks on the landscape. Cradled by woodland with views out over the Forth the site is now a haven for wildlife where you are free to roam and explore monumental relics of Scotland’s industrial heritage.
Discover giant machines such as the pit head winding gear and a Cornish beam engine, fantastic structures like the powerhouse and a vast brick kiln as well as coal wagons, a steam crane and much more besides. Source – Prestongrange
Cornish Beam Engine and Power house.