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Yarrow Stone

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Description: An early Christian stone from the 5th Century AD, which commemorates the burial site of two Christian princes Nudos and Dumnogenos, sons of Liberalis.

Ownership:
On private ground. Stands within a small enclosure, beside a farm track a short way from the public road.

Situation OS ref: NT 348274

How to get there:
By car: Close to the A708, Yarrow Water road from Selkirk.
By public transport: Regular, if infrequent, bus service from Selkirk along the road to Yarrow.

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Selkirk


Yarrow Stone, Scotland