Duns

Duns (historically Scots: Dunse, Scottish Gaelic: An Dùn) is the county town of the historic county of Berwickshire, within the Scottish Borders.

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List Of Places In The Scottish Borders - D
... Abbey Hotel, Dryburgh Bridge Dryhope, Dryhope Tower Dun Law Dunglass Viaduct Duns, Duns Castle, Duns Castle nature reserve, Duns Law Dunse Spa Dye Water ...
Berwickshire Railway - History
... The line opened between Duns (where it formed a connection to the Reston and Duns branch of the North British Railway) and Earlston in November 1863 ... which peaked on 12 and 13 August 1948, passenger services were suspended between Duns and St.Boswells, pending repairs to the trackbed which was washed away ... The section between Reston and Duns continued to carry passenger trains until 10th September 1951 ...
Duns - Notable People
... A small museum, which is known as The Jim Clark Room, can be found in Duns ... Blessed John Duns Scotus (c.1266–1308), theologian, scholar and logician ...
Duns Tew
... Duns Tew is a village and civil parish about 7.5 miles (12 km) south of Banbury in Oxfordshire ... With nearby Great Tew and Little Tew, Duns Tew is one of the three villages known collectively as "The Tews" ...
Duns (disambiguation)
... Duns is a former county town of Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders ... Duns may also refer to Duns Scotus (circa 1266-1308), Scottish philosopher Duns or Dunsman, see Scotism Len Duns (born 1916), English footballer ...