- Berwick and its southern neighbour Tweedmouth now have their own cemeteries.
- The Kelso line near Coldstream and the Kelso to Tweedmouth line.
- Five stations to be closed on Tweedmouth-St Boswellls Line.
- For more information on this creation, see Baron Tweedmouth.
- He advanced eastwards to the little port of Tweedmouth, in contested Northumberland.
- It's difficult to find tweedmouth in a sentence. 用tweedmouth造句挺難的
- Tweedmouth was destroyed in sight of the English army : Edward did not move.
- Marjoribanks ( born 1906 ), daughter of the 3rd and last Baron Tweedmouth.
- It is built from sandstone quarried at Tweedmouth.
- Lord Tweedmouth survived his wife by five years and died in September 1909, aged 60.
- The Tweedmouth junction faced south, so that Berwick to Kelso trains had to reverse there.
- On 15 June 1964 passenger services were withdrawn along the whole line between Tweedmouth and St Boswells.
- Four passenger trains ran each way every weekday between Newcastle and Morpeth, and between Chathill and Tweedmouth.
- The junction at Tweedmouth faced the south, so that through trains from Berwick had to reverse there.
- They had two daughters, Moyra and Millicent Joan and the title Baron Tweedmouth became extinct on his death.
- Mary Georgiana Marjoribanks ( 1850 14 March 1909 ), daughter of Dudley Marjoribanks, 1st Baron Tweedmouth.