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Scotsgate


Scotsgate is part of the defensive Town Walls in Berwick-upon-Tweed. It dates from Elizabethan times, altered in 1815 and again in 1858.[1] Scotsgate, between the streets of Marygate and Castlegate, has 3 arches, the central one now open for vehicles and the two at either side for pedestrian access. Scotsgate is a Grade I listed structure and Scheduled Ancient Monument. 

Town Walls Marygate Castlegate Scheduled Ancient Monument Historic Buildings and Monuments in Berwick upon Tweed Grade I Listed
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Scotsgate

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Scotsgate

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Marching down Marygate, Berwick upon Tweed

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Scotsgate

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SCOTSGATE - Berwick-upon-Tweed - List Entry
- "Part of Town Fortifications. Originally Elizabethan, altered 1815 and again in 1858. High plain stone walls punctured by 3 arches - a large segmental arched entrance over the Great North Road ...

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Marygate

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List grade: 1
List number: 1370836
Grid ref: NT9964553145

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