Sunday, 26 November 2017
Carter Bar. Crossing from England into Scotland.
Carter Bar is the point where the A68 road crossers the border from England in to Scotland. It is 45 miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne and 58 miles south of Edinburgh. The border features a popular stopping off point with marker stones for England and Scotland where there are outstanding views of the landscapes of Northumberland and Roxburghshire.
I was passing through into Scotland early morning in February 2014 when I took these 8 pictures using a Polaroid iS2132 bridge camera.
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The following is a short video of mine taken whilst crossing over Carter Bar on another occasion.
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