UK Scotland 09 Moffat to Newcastle 180km svd

Scotland Travel; 9 Days Singletrack RoadsDay 9: Moffat to Newcastle upon TyneOn our last day in Scotland and on British soil, we drive from Moffat along the historic Hadrian Wall back to the boat in Newcastle upon Tyne.Our wonderful vacation is almost over, but not before we have a few nice and / or special locations. The first is a sad, but beautiful memorial for the victims who fell in the plane crash in Lockerbie. RP8Then we come to a porridge museum at RP12, funny. Is also a nice loco buiten.De following locations are on, at or on the Hadrian Wall. Along the way they are all indicated with signs and if you keep the time of the boat in mind, you can look at it. RP22 is a nice quarry and there are more Roman remains in the area, Tip: Turn on the POIs in MRA and see how much history this area houses! We now enter Newcastle and follow the river to the harbor. If you have time, have a look around. There are pavement cafes, you could eat something or other provisions for on board and then it is really over, unfortunately s. Good speed back, I hope you have just as nice a holiday as we GroetSerge & Yoelle
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