In the Scottish Borders, there are two main rivers - The Tweed and The Teviot. Over the years they have been the cause of some amazing photography.
|A very iconic bridge - Leaderfoot Bridge. When the railway was still running in the Scottish Borders, this was one route over the River Tweed. (Picture courtesy of Susan Donaldson)|
|A little gem of a bridge, is near to Cowdenknowes House, near Earlston. It's on part of the Jubilee Walk.|
|A nice calm tranquil scene in Wilton Lodge Park in Hawick, with a bridge in the background crossing the River Teviot.|
|Believe this one was in the 1980's.|
|"Auld Stane Brig" that collapsed in Selkirk following heavy flooding.|