It was just a small detour off the A1 to get to Berwick on a journey from Hertfordshire to Glasgow and the drive over the bridge that spans the mouth of the Tweed was a good foretaste of quite a dramatic little walk for a Saturday afternoon. I have always meant to stop off and see this town that plays in the Scottish league but has been English for centuries and wish I had done so sooner. It was easy to find somewhere to park (and at no cost), a short walk and we were up on the walls, plenty of information boards and wide views. As it exposed make sure you have warm clothing and expect to hear the East Coast mainline trains regularly as they chug across the town beyond the river. At the north west end we descended to the town and walked back through the shopping area to complete the southern end before we started the rest of the journey refreshed.
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