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TWEEDMOUTH TOWER

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  OLD TOWER OF TWEEDMOUTH
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The site of a small castle or fort known as Tweedmouth Tower. It was built before 1202, probably in connection with the bridge, demolished in 1209, and was last mentioned in 1753 when it is referred to as the Old Tower of Tweedmouth. The "tower", of which no vestige now remains, stood on a rock close to the river, and its site is now covered by dwelling houses.

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