MELROSE MASONIC LODGE LOGO The Lodge of Melrose St. John No. 1 (No. 1bis)

1 Market Square, Melrose, Roxburghshire, Scotland.  TD6 9PQ.

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This was how the inside of the Lodge looked many years ago, take note of the old open fireplace and the murals of the Border Abbeys and decorative art work on the walls, which were sadly lost with the introduction of emulsion paint.
This is a more recent photograph of the inside of our Lodge which was taken from the gallery, looking down to the Masters chair in the East. Lodge Interior
Lodge Exterior C. 1950s A. Philpott, Tobacconist and purveyor of fishing tackle, stationary and fancy goods, had the shop below the Lodge (c1950s) which was turned in to a harmony room/social club for sometime.  The door on the far left of the picture is the door to the stairway up to the Lodge.
This is how the Lodge looks today.  In 2006  necessary roof maintenance was carried out along with some minor changes inside.  The harmony room was converted back to a shop which the Lodge now rents out to provide a source of income and some financial stability for the future. The Lodge Exterior Today
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The Lodge of Melrose St. John No. 1 bis 2006 - 2017