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Pictures of Castleweary

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Replanted woodland, Woodbrae>
Replanted woodland, Woodbrae
0.92m • © Richard Webb
Riverbank erosion>
Riverbank erosion
0.57m • © Richard Webb
Rough grazing on Binks Hill>
Rough grazing on Binks Hill
0.18m • © Walter Baxter
Rough grazing on Meg's Hill>
Rough grazing on Meg's Hill
0.32m • © Walter Baxter
The River Teviot>
The River Teviot
0.45m • © james denham
Meg's Hill>
Meg's Hill
0.53m • © Walter Baxter
The summit of Meg's Hill>
The summit of Meg's Hill
0.55m • © Walter Baxter
The A7 Trunk Route in the Scottish Borders>
The A7 Trunk Route in the Scottish Borders
0.59m • © james denham
Phaup Burn>
Phaup Burn
0.61m • © Walter Baxter
Car Park along A7>
Car Park along A7
0.64m • © andy
Grazing field near Binks>
Grazing field near Binks
0.70m • © Walter Baxter
Limiecleuch Burn>
Limiecleuch Burn
0.86m • © Walter Baxter
0.86m • © Richard Webb
Caerlan Rig>
Caerlan Rig
0.88m • © Richard Webb
The Hizzy Cairn>
The Hizzy Cairn
0.90m • © Walter Baxter
Limiecleuch Hill>
Limiecleuch Hill
0.90m • © Richard Webb
Limiecleuch  Burn>
Limiecleuch Burn
0.90m • © Richard Webb
Kinky wall>
Kinky wall
0.90m • © ian shiell
Teviotdale ROC Post>
Teviotdale ROC Post
0.91m • © James T M Towill
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