Welcome to the Village of Rowanburn, in the Parish of Canonbie.
Rowanburn is now on YouTube! Rowanburn is now on YouTube!
Lang Sandy Armstrong of Rowanburn
He is back to his home village!!! His unveiling at Rowanburn was held on 1st April 2011.
Photos taken 18.03.2011.
Yes, its retirement for the Sycamore wood
'Lang Sandy Armstrong of Rowanburn.'
Follow the re-birth of his Lazonby Red Sandstone replacement on the 'Lang Sandy' pages of this very website!
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is now on YouTube!
The original 'Sycamore' wood figurine of 'Lang Sandy Armstrong of Rowanburn' will be on display in the entrance hallway of the Armstrong Trust Museum in Langholm in the very near future! Please check the Clan Armstrong Trust Website www.armstrongclan.org.uk
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Rowanburn is a former coal mining village located on the eastern boundary of the Parish of Canonbie, in region of Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.
Follow the A7 Edinburgh Carlisle Trunk road onto the Canonbie bypass, then follow the signs for the B6357 road to Newcastleton. Rowanburn is approximately one mile up the hill from Canonbie on the B6357.
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