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The Tollbooth, Sanquhar

Sanquhar lies in a valley north of Dumfries through which the river Nith flows. This building acts as an obstacle course for todays trunk route that passes through the town. It was design by William Adam and built in 1735, today it is used to host the town's museum.

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