A hike in Scotland’s borders – ‘a world of emerald hills, meandering rivers and tiny villages’ | Edinburgh holidays | The Guardian

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The Borders Railway Line opens up walking trails through a landscape of rivers, ruined abbeys and museums, bringing to life a turbulent and poetic past

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