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Canonbie

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Canonbie is a village on the River Esk, six miles from Langholm and two miles from the border with England.

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Canonbie was immortalised in Sir Walter Scott’s poem ‘Marmion’ and nearby is the 16th century Gilnockie Tower which is a fine example of a reiver’s tower house. With its setting by the River Esk, Canonbie is popular with anglers who are drawn to the excellent salmon and sea trout fishing. Just 2 miles from the Border with England, along the A7, the village has a general store and Post Office.

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Canonbie was immortalised in Sir Walter Scott’s poem ‘Marmion’ and nearby is the 16th century Gilnockie Tower which is a fine example of a reiver’s tower house. With its setting by the River Esk, Canonbie is popular with anglers who are drawn to the excellent salmon and sea trout fishing. Just 2 miles from the Border with England, along the A7, the village has a general store and Post Office.

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