Drukken

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A Historic Step-stone Bridge
... See also Robert Burns and the Eglinton Estate The Drukken Steps in the Eglinton Woods of North Ayrshire in Scotland were a favourite haunt of the renowned poet Robert Burns and his companion Richard Brown ... The name 'Drukken' steps derives from a person's gait as they stepped from stone to stone whilst crossing the Red Burn ... used the Scots spelling 'Drucken' rather than 'Drukken' ...
Robert Burns And The Eglinton Estate - Irvine and The Drukken Steps - The Route of The Old Toll Road
... to The Higgins from the old Long Drive The old 1774 Toll Road looking towards the Drukken Steps from the old Long Drive The Red burn in 2009 near the site of the Drukken Steps ... Until recently, therefore, the Drukken Steps were thought to have been buried beneath the road surface ... The name 'Drukken' steps name derives from a person's gait as they stepped from stone to stone whilst crossing the burn ...