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Scots Dyke sign

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Scots Dyke

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Scots Dyke

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Boundary Stone

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Scots Dyke Boundary stone

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Scots Dyke boundary stone

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Scots Dyke

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East end of Scots Dyke

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Longtown and the border from the air

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Scots' Dike
- "....The monument includes the earthworks and buried remains of Scots' Dike, a 16th century linear earthwork consisting of banks and ditches, which was constructed to demarcate the border between England ...

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Scots Dyke
- "The Scots Dyke (or Dike) is an earthwork constructed in 1552, about 3½ miles in length, stretching roughly west from the River Esk, and still forming part of the border ...

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