Scottish Borders - Towns and Villages

Towns and Villages

  • Abbey St. Bathans, Allanton, Ancrum, Ashkirk
  • Broughton, Burnmouth
  • Cardrona, Chirnside, Clovenfords, Cockburnspath, Coldingham, Coldstream
  • Denholm, Dryburgh, Duns
  • Earlston, Edrom, Eddleston, Ettrick, Ettrickbridge, Eyemouth
  • Foulden
  • Galashiels, Grantshouse, Greenlaw
  • Hawick, Heriot, Hutton
  • Innerleithen
  • Jedburgh
  • Kelso, Kirk Yetholm
  • Lauder, Lilliesleaf, Longformacus
  • Melrose
  • Newcastleton, Newstead, Newtown St. Boswells
  • Peebles, Preston
  • Roxburgh
  • Selkirk, St. Abbs, St. Boswells, Stow, Stichill
  • Teviothead, Town Yetholm, Traquair, Tweedbank, Tweedsmuir
  • Walkerburn, West Linton, Whitsome
  • Yair

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