14. Memorial of Sir Walter Scott

14. Memorial of Sir Walter Scott

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Sir Walter Scott Memorial

This memorial of Sir Walter Scott was commissioned by the Abbotsford Scott Fellowship in 1932 for the 100th anniversary of the writer’s death. The bronze bust commemorates his involvement with Galashiels.

Abbotsford House, which was his home from 1812 to 1832, lies just across the River Tweed and is open to visitors. More information about Abbotsford House can be found here.

Stop 14 of 20

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Date built:

20th century

Building open to the public:


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This location is accessible to anyone with mobility issues.

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