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Innereithen High Street_0008Innereithen High Street_0008Innerleithen High Street taken on March 4th, 2019. Scottish Borders.
Innerleithen is the eighth largest settlement in the Scottish Borders with a population of almost 3,000 and is situated above the junction of Leithen Water and the River Tweed in the eastern part of Tweeddale.

It is also twinned with Le Nouvion-en-Thiérache in France.
St James RC Church_9786Pink Light on Tweed_8173-5D-localCloud above Lee Pen_8543-7D-localCeltic Cross to Lee Pen_7871-5D_localLee Pen from Toll Wood_7866-5D_localRiver Tweed in January 2022_7828-5D_localThe Cuddy Brig over Leithen Water_8011-5d-local20220120_MG_7982-5d-localCaldwells Ice CreamThe Allotment & Post OfficeRiver Tweed in Autumn Flood_6739-localThere Will be Sunshine after Rain_6661Tweed Autumn Colours by Caddon Bank_688120210717_ST-A-Church_4650-2Circles in the Sky_3098_5D_localTraquair Path_3068_5D11Floating Clouds above Lee Pen_2758A Penned Pen_2382_localScots Pines beneath Priesthope Hill_2341_localMoon above Pirn Monument_2165_local