Robgill Tower

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The 16th century Robgill Tower, since extended, perched on a hill overlooking the Kirtle Water

Robgill Tower is a village near Ecclefechan. It is primarily farming-oriented and residential.


The village's name is from the Old English personal name Hreodbeorht (modern name Robert) and Old Norse gil "ravine". The name was recorded as Redbeilgill in 1125.



Coordinates: 55°2′1″N 3°10′39″W / 55.03361°N 3.17750°W / 55.03361; -3.17750