songs

Songs about Dalkeith:

songsDalkeith Night by Human Greed from the Album Black Hill: Midnight At the Blighted Star

songsDalkeith's Strathspey (Dalkeith's Strathspey/Colonel Byng's Favourite/Miss Betsy Robertson) by Jimmy Shand from the Album The Bluebell Polka

songsDalkeith's Strathspey: Dalkeith's Strathspey, Colonel Byng's Favourite, Miss Betsey Robertson by Jimmy Shand from the Album King of the Button Box - Volume One

songsThe Earl of Dalkeith by Calactus from the Album Low Lumber

songsHigh Road (Dalkeith) by David Mcfarlane from the Album The Wreck That You Are

songsNight Streets of Dalkeith by Mark Fletcher from the Album The Unbroken Line

songsSt Mary's Episcopal Church, Dalkeith: Theme And Variations In D by John Kitchen from the Album Organs Of Edinburgh

books

Books about Dalkeith:

booksThe Life of Mansie Wauch - tailor in Dalkeith by D. M. (David Macbeth) Moir (Jul 6, 2010)

booksDalkeith: Webster's Timeline History, 1346 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jul 11, 2009)

booksThe Life of Mansie Wauch: Tailor in Dalkeith; Written by Himself by David Macbeth Moir (Oct 25, 2007)

booksThe life of Mansie Wauch: tailor in Dalkeith by D. M. Moir (Jan 1, 1879)

booksThe Dalkeith Tolbooth and Market Cross by David R Smith (1998)

booksDalkeith Since the War by Craig Statham (Jul 4, 2005)

booksPolitical and Social Movements in Dalkeith: From 1831 to 1882 by Alexander Mitchell (Aug 21, 2008)

movies

Movies about Dalkeith:

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wiki

Wiki information Dalkeith:

Dalkeith
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location, Capital of administrative division

Dalkeith Scottish Gaelic: Dail Cheith is a town in Midlothian, Scotland, on the River Esk. It was granted a burgh of barony in 1401 and a burgh of regality in 1540. The settlement of Dalkeith grew southwestwards from its 12th-century castle. Dalkeith...

Dalkeith Palace
Building, Project focus, Location, Structure

Dalkeith Palace in Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland, is a historic house and the former seat of the Duke of Buccleuch. The present house was built in 1702 on the site of an earlier castle.