|Road:||A1 at the Musselburgh/City Bypass exit|
A720 at the A1 roundabout
(also accessible to traffic on the B6415)
|Address:||Moto Hospitality Ltd|
Edinburgh Service Area
(Google Maps link)
|Signposted from the road?||Yes|
|Services type:||Single site located at a junction.|
Now a shadow of its former self, Musselburgh is the only official service area on the Scottish side of the A1 but it doesn't really have a lot to show for it.
The BP filling station is open 24hrs
The services were built by Granada in 1988/89 to coincide with the completion of the Edinburgh City Bypass and A1 Musselburgh Bypass. The restaurant, under Granada ownership became Scotland's only AJ's in 1992, gained a Burger King and then had the AJ's changed to a Little Chef by Granada in 1996. Like Colsterworth services, Musselburgh was sold off by Granada/Moto in 2002 along with the Little Chef brand, which closed in 2010.
|Northern Gateway (50 miles)||Services on the A1||none|
|Swanston (7 miles)||Services on the A720||end of route|
With thanks to Alan Simpson for the information used on this page.