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  • 01:55 Ancestry Genealogy Photographs Bo'ness Scotland

    Ancestry Genealogy Photographs Bo'ness Scotland

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    Tour Scotland wee video of photographs of Bo'ness. Of interest to folks with ancestry, genealogy or Scottish Family Roots in Scotland who may wish to visit one day.

  • 08:42 Bo'ness 1960s

    Bo'ness 1960s

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  • 48:07 Popular Time Team - Season 17, Episode 2 - A Saintly Site (Isle Of Mull, Inner Hebrides)

    Time Team - Season 17, Episode 2 - A Saintly Site (Isle Of Mull, Inner Hebrides)

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    The team travel to the Isle of Mull to investigate a series of strange structures found deep in a forest. There is suspicion the site may be a previously unknown Christian Church, or it could be a simple farmers dwelling. No copyright infringement has bee

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  • 26:23 Hidden History Of The Scottish Borders: Community Archaeology In Glenrath, Peeblesshire.

    Hidden History Of The Scottish Borders: Community Archaeology In Glenrath, Peeblesshire.

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    A presentation of the community archaeology being under taken in the Scottish Borders. Graeme Cavers, Andrew Heald and Charlotte Douglas (AOC Archaeology)

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  • 11:24 Scottish Borders Smugglers

    Scottish Borders Smugglers

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    A man investigates the smuggling trade in the Scottish Borders throughout the 18th and 19th century. Visiting smuggling hotspots inland and along the coast.

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  • 02:30 Ancestry Genealogy Photographs Peebles Scottish Borders Scotland

    Ancestry Genealogy Photographs Peebles Scottish Borders Scotland

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    Tour Scotland wee video of photographs of Peebles, Scottish Borders. Of interest to folks with ancestry, genealogy or Scottish Family Roots in Scotland who may wish to visit one day. This Scottish town is located at the confluence of the River Tweed and E

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  • 13:48 Popular Scottish Border Legends .. Little Jock Elliot

    Scottish Border Legends .. Little Jock Elliot

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    A man investigates the life of notorious Scottish Border Reiver, Little Jock Elliot. And looks into the real reason Mary Queen of Scots was in Jedburgh.

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  • 21:01 Knights Templar In The Scottish Borders

    Knights Templar In The Scottish Borders

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    A man investigates the Knights Templars in the Scottish Borders with some dramatic results.

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  • 13:59 The Romans In The Scottish Borders

    The Romans In The Scottish Borders

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    A man investigates the earthworks on top of Woden Law near Jedburgh and also looks at the Roman road Dere Streeet and Pennymuir Roman camps.

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  • 20:12 A Tale Of Two (Scottish Borders) Cities

    A Tale Of Two (Scottish Borders) Cities

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    In this day and age the regional area of the Scottish Borders has large townships born out of the industrial revolution - but yet, there is no place that is recognised in the sleepy, hassle-less region to be a city. It may be strange to learn that there w

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  • 14:29 Forgotten Scottish Borders Castles

    Forgotten Scottish Borders Castles

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    A man dreams of forgotten Scottish Borders castles, in Selkirk and on the cliffs of Berwickshire ..... but are they real??

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  • 41:40 Time Team History Hunters (1998-9) - Episode 5 - Scottish Border And Related Ballads (Liddesdale)

    Time Team History Hunters (1998-9) - Episode 5 - Scottish Border And Related Ballads (Liddesdale)

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    In the 15th and 16th century the Scottish Borders were a lawless place, and the team try to discover the truth behind the ballads of the time and whether the Borders' residents today are related to the 15th and 16th century inhabitants. No copyright infri

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