Cities, towns and villages
Castles and palaces
Churches and abbeys
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http://www.isleofmullcottages.com/ A look at the fantastic geology of the Isle of Mull with Mull Geologist James Westland. Filmed in 2015 around Carsaig on Mull's south coast this short film explains some of the remarkable features visible in the coastal
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www.isleofmullcottages.com Filmed as Storm Henry hit the west coast of the Isle of Mull on the 1st Feb 2016. The footage is taken in the south of the Isle of Mull, looking across Loch Scridain toward Ardmeanach and 'The Wilderness'.
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Such a pretty town and harbour!
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If you've ever wondered what Tobermory looks like from behind a bush ......wonder no more !
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Tobermory is the main town on the Isle of Mull. Set around a beautiful natural harbour the town is a fantastic place to explore during a visit to the island. Narrator: Colin Morrison
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BGS are involved with multiple partners in the Scottish Borders as part of an ongoing programme of work to reintroduce meanders to a previously straightened section of the Eddleston Water, a tributary of the Tweed. The meanders are designed to provide nat
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A very pleasant and elegant town which was remodelled in the 18th century. As will be seen from the video,, the centre is mainly comprised of a wide cobbled square. Close by are the ruins of Kelso Abbey which was destroyed by the English in 1545. The town
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Thanks for watching.... 1. Abbotsford Ferry railway station 2. Ayton railway station 3. Belses railway station 4. Bowland railway station 5. Earlston railway station 6. Fountainhall railway station 7. Hassendean railway station 8. Hawick railway station 9
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A man visits some rubbishy waterfalls in Galashiels then searches for the huge, remote and majestic Wolf Cleuch Falls near Hawick.
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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