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Newton Stewart

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Newton Stewart

Newton Stewart

 

Market town on the banks of the River Cree and at the head of Wigtown Bay.


Travel Directions: Located next to the A75.

 

Nearest Town: Newton Stewart

 

Grid Reference: NX409655

 

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Art Works and Artists

Looking Down Gilmour Terrace, Newton Stewart
By: Alexander Agnew

Minnigaff Village
By: Alexander Agnew

Queen Mary Bridge, Minnigaff
By: Alexander Agnew

Newton Stewart
By: William Leadbetter Calderwood

Queen Mary's Bridge, Minnigaff
By: William Cotton Faed

Burn at Bargaly Glen
By: James Faed (Jnr)

Murray's Monument from Bargaly Glen
By: James Faed (Jnr)

On the Penkill
By: James Faed (Snr)

Looking Down the River Cree
By: James Faed (Snr)

Roman Bridge on the Minnoch
By: James Faed (Snr)

Church Lane
By: Alexander Roy Gibson

Queen Mary Bridge, Minnigaff
By: Alexander Roy Gibson

The Mines Village, Blackcraig
By: Charles R Manners

Grain Mill, Julibee Road
By: David Mason

Dashwood Square with the Horse Fountain
By: David Mason

Dashwood Square with the Horse Fountain
By: David Mason

On the Cree
By: [Sir] Herbert Maxwell

Town Hall, Newton Stewart
By: W Meikle

Stone Circle, Glenquicken
By: Henry Joseph Moule

Port William
By: Ernest Archibald Taylor

The Meadows
By: Bessie Welsh