Tour Scotland Video Old Photographs Of Drummore
Tour Scotland video of old photographs of Drummore, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. This village is located at the southern end of the Rhins of Galloway in old Wigtownshire: it has two satellite hamlets, called Kirkmaiden and Damnaglaur. The village lies where the Kildonan Burn runs out to the sea, a few miles north of the Mull of Galloway. It is the most southerly in Scotland, and further south than the cities of Durham and Carlisle in England. The harbour, facing north and shielded by the Rhins from the prevailing south westerly wind, was developed with a jetty in the early 19th century to serve a lime manufacturing industry. Drummore shares its name with High Drummore a mile up Glen Lee, and also with Drummore Glen half a mile to the East.
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