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Travelling to Scotland this year and fancy a 1 or 2 day tour with us?
It’s not all Border Reivers and Wars of Independence. Today Mark was exploring one of the sites on our “Stone Age Tour” …… Edins Hall Broch.
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A man surveys a site near Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders, containing a stone circle, castle ruins and numerous other ditches
A man investigates a ruined 16th century tower house in the village of Roxburgh, Scottish Borders. The tower is not connected with William Wallace. Warning – contains some bad language.
A man serches for a mystical, beautiful largely unknown waterfall in the Scottish Borders. Taking in some more well known ones on the journey.
A man finds evidence of a hill known as Pict’s Hill near Galashiels and decides to investigate. He makes some startling discoveries!
A man searches for lost and ruined churches around Jedburgh, then investigates who was buried in Jedburgh Abbey to make it such a sacred place.