A similar view to [], with Hollowford Road entering the village. The bridge is across Peakshole Water. Behind rises Michill Bank.
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The church is a little more visible now.
Originally known as the Duke of Connaught.
A 19th century assembly hall built by the Duke of Northumberland, and situated by the market square.
Looking over the barbed wire into one of the fields bounding the Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve.
The road drops to a ford at the outlet of Woodhall Dean. A snow shower is closing in.
With the barn shown in [[]].
The road into the plant nursery and cafe at Smeaton near East Linton.
This station opened in 1887, replacing the original building dated 1850. It has been restored and is the home of Barter Books with a stock of over 350,000 secondhand volumes. In the background is the memorial column for the 2nd Duke of Northumberland.
The chapel can be seen on the right hand side of the image.