May 14th, 2019

Kelso Abbey - Floors Castle - Kelso - Smailholm Tower - Dryburgh Abbey
Scott's View
- Leaderfoot Viaduct - Melrose Abbey - Birgham - Carham

Floors Castle as viewed from the south side of the River Tweed
Kelso Abbey, founded in the C12th by a community of Tironensian monks
The Roxburghe Memorial cloister, built in 1933, Kelso Abbey
Stained Glass Window depicts the Crucifixion
St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Kelso
Font by Sir Robert Rowan Anderson, 1868
St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Kelso
Pulpit by Sir Robert Rowan Anderson, 1868
St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Kelso
Marble and Caen stone tomb of Margaretta Jane Robertson, d.1872 designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson
St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Kelso
1. 'Presentation in the Temple' in Memory of Sir Richard Griffith, 1st Baronet d.1878 designed by Henry Holiday for James Powell & Sons
2. 'Suffer the Little Children' and 'Noah's Ark'
3. Window in Memory of James David Balfour d.1973 by Vivienne Haig. At the base of the window are the energetic rowers who represent James Balfour's passion for rowing. To the left is a representation of Eton College Chapel to the right an impression of York Minster
4. 'St Michael' and 'St Gabriel' in Memory of Brigadier General Robert Scott Kerr d.1942 by Douglas & Andrew Strachan
5. 'Death is swallowed up by victory' by Douglas & Andrew Strachan, 1944
6. 'St Audren, son of Solomen, legendary King of Britain' in Memory of Anne Routledge, d.1885
7. 'Transfiguration', 'Crucifixion', and 'Ascension' East Window by by Burlison and Grylls, 1894

St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Kelso
Encaustic Floor Tiles of the Robertson Tomb
St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Kelso
A fly fisherman on the River Tweed, Kelso
Ruins of Kelso Abbey
Former North Trinity Church, Kelso
Closed in 1981
Gate House to Floors Castle
Views of Floors Castle. The largest inhabited castle in Scotland
Glass house flowers, Floors Castle
Garden and Grounds, Floors Castle
Head Gardener's House
Floors Castle
'A Lonely Tree'. A quick geocache
on our way to
Smailholm Tower
Wild Viola's near Smailholm Tower

May 14th, 2019 continued . . .

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