THE JOHN BUCHAN STORY Peebles, Scottish Borders
SCOTTISH CHARITY NUMBER SC042519
Tweeddale
Harehope House
Harehope House
The Glen House, Innerleithen - Home of the Tennant family
Broughton Green, Broughton
Broughton Green Farmhouse Broughton
View of the former Calzeat Farm and the Free Church of Scotland, Broughton
Talla Reservoir supplying water to Edinburgh from Tweedsmuir
Bank House, Peebles from the Cuddyside
June 1909 - Tweed Bridge, Peebles
A Buchan family gravesite, Peebles Cemetery
30th June 1909 - Anna at the Grey Mare’s Tail. “Cloudless perfect day. Took the opportunity to motor with Father, Mother and Nan round by Broughton, Tweedsmuir, Beef Tub,.Moffat Grey Mare’s Tail, St Mary’s Loch and Traquair. Shining unimpeachable weather but to be fair Peeblesshire never looks its best in bright sunshine”
A stop at the small bridge below the Grey Mare’s Tail
The source of the Tweed at Tweed Well
26th June 1909 - Crowning of the Beltane Queen on the steps of the Old Parish Church, Peebles
22nd June 1920 - Crowning of the Beltane Queen on the steps of the Old Parish Church, Peebles
22nd June 1920 - The Beltane Queen starting off on the parade around the Royal Burgh of Peebles
22nd June 1920 - Walter Buchan, Peebles Cornet