Kelso

Kelso is a charming market town in Roxburghshire in the Scottish Borders. It lies where the River Tweed and the River Teviot meet.  The Town first came into existence in 1128 with the creation of Kelso Abbey. With its cobbled streets and square and the town hall tourists are drawn to the magnificent ruined Abbey, Ednham House Hotel, the Cross Keys in the Square are fine buildings. Floors Castle designed and completed in 1726 by William Adam with its magnificent gates lie to the north of the town. Kelso Bridge by John Rennie spans the Tweed. John Rennie later built London Bridge. 

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 Kelso (2).jpg_1537896191KelsoKelso (4).jpg_1537894606Kelso Bridge Scottish Borders built by John Rennie 1800

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