about one hour south of Edinburgh.

Location map

J.M.W. Turner
View of the River Tweed and Dryburgh Abbey

View of the River Tweed at Dryburgh

The River Tweed and Dryburgh

Engraving, Size; W.147 H.81 mm. Published 1832.

The River Tweed flows past the Eildon Hills in the far left distance, through the wooded gorge below Bemersyde, and into a great curving sweep around Dryburgh Abbey. On the hillside in the distance just to the right of centre, you can just make out Wallace's Statue.

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