Source of the River Tweed
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Source of the River Tweed monument.
A stylized representation of the River Tweed flows from left to right across the top of the stone.
On the front there are various relief carvings relating to the various activities that have taken place along the course of the river
The names of the various places it passes through are also carved on the front.
These read from left to right as:
Tweed's Well (where this monument is), Tweedsmuir, Drumelzier, Stobo, Peebles, Innerleithen, Melrose, Kelso, Coldstream and Berwick on Tweed
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