The Catrail – A Galashiels Mystery

Published on
9 October, 2015

Synopsis:

A man walks along the legendary Catrail or Picts Ditch Earthwork from the great and uncharted Rink Fort near Galashiels to Torwoodlee Broch

Written by
Mark Nicol

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The Catrail – A Galashiels Mystery

A man walks along the legendary Catrail or Picts Ditch Earthwork from the great and uncharted Rink Fort near Galashiels to Torwoodlee Broch

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