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Updated on 7th November 2019

Eildon Hills from Bemersyde 9394 Scotts View, Scottish Borders
St Mary's Loch 2174 Scottish Borders
October 2019
Rule Water 1588 Bedrule, Scottish Borders
River Tweed at Kelso 2277 Scottish Borders
Eildon Hills from Bemersyde 0391 Scotts View, Melrose
Dryburgh Abbey 2475 Scottish Borders
Cessford_Castle 1949 Scottish Borders
Cessford_Oak 1955 Morebattle, Scottish Borders
Bowness on Solway 0030 Bowness-on-Solway is the closest village to the western end of Hadrian's Wall, and the site of a Roman army camp. The name comes from old Norse words for a rounded headland. The Hadrian's Wall National Trail begins (or ends) here.
Port Carlisle 0013 The village of Port Carlisle, originally known as Fishers Cross, was developed as a port in 1819 to handle goods for Carlisle using the canal link built in 1823. The canal was 11¼ mile long, and had 8 locks which were all built 18 feet wide.
From a wooden jetty, through the entrance sea lock and one other, the canal ran level for nearly six miles. Then followed six locks in one and a quarter miles, with a level stretch to Carlisle Basin.