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  • n. A town in the Scottish Borders region.


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  • Now she believes it was the same storm that hit the east coast on October 14, 1881, which is usually known as the Eyemouth Disaster, because of the 189 souls who died that day, 129 were from the Borders town.


  • On 18 May 1787 he arrived at Eyemouth, Berwickshire, where a meeting was convened of Royal Arch and Burns became a Royal Arch Mason.

    robert burns | some hae meat « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • Scottish boats will land at Eyemouth, land their legal catch then turn up a couple of hours later North with their 'first catch' once again.

    In praise of … the Big Fish Fight | Editorial

  • A major search is underway this evening off the Scottish coast at Eyemouth for a missing windsurfer.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Thats News: Search for missing windsurfer off Eyemouth skip to main

    Search for missing windsurfer off Eyemouth

  • St Abbs inshore lifeboat, Eyemouth all-weather lifeboat and Eyemouth Coastguard Rescue team were also called out to assist.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Currently Coastguard rescue Teams from St Abbs and Eyemouth are searching the shoreline whilst an RAF rescue helicopter, R 131, from Boulmer was scrambled to the scene to search from above, whilst one inshore RNLI lifeboats and two all weather lifeboat are searching a comprehensive search area around the dive site.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Oh, the flooer o 'Eyemouth town lay dead, but her sons would rise again.

    Eyemouth Tragedy

  • Maltman, Scott all Eyemouth bred, they died in the wind and rain

    Eyemouth Tragedy

  • And the price that Eyemouth paid that day tae earn her daily bread.

    Eyemouth Tragedy


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