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Page 219. " jogging on towards the Tweed, by the side of a small river called Ellan "
The Mouth of the Allan Water as it runs into the River Tweed
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeThe Mouth of the Allan Water as it runs into the River Tweed - Credit: Iain Lees

This refers to Allan Water, a river which joins the Tweed just east of Selkirk. The Tweed itself is a 97-mile long river which begins in the Southern Uplands of Scotland, forms the Scottish-English border for 17 miles and empties in the North Sea in Berwick, north-east England.

 

The point where Allan Water joins the River Tweed.