Wednesday, 23 November 2016
Tour Scotland Video Old Photographs Of Eyemouth
Tour Scotland video of old photographs of Eyemouth, Scotland. This is a small fishing port and town and civil parish in Berwickshire. The town's name comes from its location at the mouth of the Eye Water. The Berwickshire coastline consists of high cliffs over deep clear water with sandy coves and picturesque fishing harbours. Notable buildings in the town include Gunsgreen House. Many of the features of a traditional fishing village are preserved in the narrow streets and vennels, giving shelter from the sea and well suited to the smuggling tradition of old.
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