Tour Scotland Video Old Photographs Of Chirnside Scottish Borders
Tour Scotland video of old photographs of Chirnside located seven miles East of Duns in the Scottish Borders, Scotland. This hillside village in Berwickshire is located 9 miles west of Berwick-upon-Tweed and 7 miles east of Duns. David Hume, the Scottish Enlightenment philosopher, lived in Ninewells House, just south of the village. His nephew, David, later Baron Hume, the noted Scottish jurist was baptised 1757 at Chirnside. Chirnside is also the last resting place of Jim Clark, former world champion Formula One racing car driver. The Chirnside Bridge Paper Mill was originally constructed in 1842 and 1857 by David Cousin, also responsible for Dean Cemetery in Edinburgh, with additions in 1897.
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