River Tweed :: Shared Description

The River Tweed is 97 miles long and flows generally west to east through the Scottish borders. It rises at Tweedsmuir and passes through small towns like Peebles, Selkirk, Melrose, Galashields and Kelso, before entering the North Sea at Berwick on Tweed.
by N Chadwick
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NT9351 : River Tweed and Paxton House by David Chatterton
NT9953 : Royal Border Bridge by N Chadwick
NT9952 : River Tweed Estuary at Berwick by David Chatterton
NT5734 : Leaderfoot Viaduct by Mat Fascione
NT9952 : Salmon fishing on the River Tweed by M J Richardson
NT9249 : Tweed valley by David Chatterton
NT9953 : Mudflats, River Tweed by N Chadwick
NT9953 : Royal Border Bridge by Jonathan Hutchins
NT9952 : Berwick Bridge and Tweed by DS Pugh
NT9351 : The Chain Bridge seen from Paxton House estate by Stephen Craven
NT9952 : Berwick Old Bridge by DS Pugh
NT9853 : Looking across the River Tweed by N Chadwick
NT9250 : Frozen river by David Chatterton
NT9952 : Bridges over The Tweed, Berwick by habiloid
NT9952 : Downstream from the Royal Tweed Bridge by DS Pugh
NU0052 : The Tweed seen from the town wall, Berwick by habiloid
NT9953 : Royal Border Bridge by N Chadwick
NT9952 : The Tweed Estuary by N Chadwick
NU0052 : Pier Road and The Tweed seen from the town wall, Berwick by habiloid
NT5734 : Drygrange Old Bridge by Mat Fascione
NT9952 : Three bridges at Berwick-upon-Tweed by M J Richardson
NT9952 : Old Low level bridge across the River Tweed by N Chadwick
NT9249 : Flooded river by David Chatterton
NT9952 : Quayside buildings, Berwick-upon-Tweed by Jonathan Hutchins
NT9952 : The Royal Tweed Bridge, Berwick by habiloid

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Created: Tue, 23 Nov 2010, Updated: Tue, 23 Nov 2010

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