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Pease Dean is a nature reserve at Pease Bay, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, near the Anglo-Scottish border and Cockburnspath, Cove, and Dunglass. OS 67 NT794707.
The reserve is managed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust and has two parts: Pease Burn and Tower Burn. Pease Burn is open grassland, with gorse and alder. Tower Burn consists of mixed woodland.
In 18th century Europe, Pease Bridge was the highest bridge of its kind in the world, built in 1786.
Coordinates: 55°55′36″N 2°20′11″W / 55.9268°N 2.3364°W