Logan Bastle House


Logan The valley sides of the Logan Burn, which occupies a short glen on the west side of the River Tweed, offer a landscape palimpsest which include Bronze Age cairns and burnt mounds, an Iron Age fort and a settlement,...

Upper Tweed Project Reports for Logan and Woodend

Biggar Archaeology Group PDF Reports. info@biggararchaeology.org.uk

Post medieval site of Logan

We are now able to show that settlements from c1600 to c1750 were becoming more materialistic than previously. Consumption of tobacco and wine is quite surprising for rural areas as is the quality of later ceramics including Delft and...

Heritage Trails

Research projects

Bastle Houses and Sheep Buchts

Selection of microliths

Mesolithic Biggar

Daer reservoir showing peat where water is down

Reservoir Archaeology