Dumfries and Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway is a region in the southwest of . The main England-Glasgow transport corridor cuts through the east of this region, with railway and motorway running north from Carlisle to cross into Scotland, and flash past , and Beattock, crossing the moors into Clydesdale and descending towards Glasgow.
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is the principal town in in Southwest Scotland.

is a small market town in , in southwest Scotland.

, together with Green, is a border village in in South West Scotland.

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is a town in near the tip of Southwest Scotland.

is a town in South West, designated Scotland's Food Town.

is a small coastal town in in southwest Scotland.

is a small village in in South West Scotland.

is a small town in , most famous as the setting for the tragic 1988 crash of Pan Am flight 103, following the detonation of a bomb on board.

is a town with a population of about 3500 in .

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