DUG Category: Days Out Scotland

Dechmont: Bangour Hospital

This is an alternative “day out” and more for the explorers as it is a former Asylum.

It was also used as a War Hospital. It is an eerie but interesting place! The hospital has been abandoned for a number of years but you are free to walk the grounds (but not inside the buildings) and it is used regularly by dog walkers. The derelict village is about four miles in size. It can’t really be explained in words so check out the pictures and video below for an idea of what to expect…

Near Dechmont, West Lothian. See Map
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Dog Friendly Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a great city and made even better by all the dog friendly places you can go to. There are so many to choose from it’s difficult to know where to start.

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If you are looking for the area with the most dog friendly places then that’s easy, just head to (the sunshine on) Leith. There are lot’s of dog friendly pubs, cafe’s and shops scattered around Leith all the way down to the shore. There are a lot of our “Dugs Welcome” stickers on Easter Road, you have the Manna House Cafe, the Filling Place, Cloud 9, Cornelius
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Dundee Museum of Transport

10, Market Mews, Market St, Dundee DD1 3LA, UK

We are pleased to welcome visitors to our museum, centrally placed in Dundee and with an expanding and varied collection. We aim to tell the stories of local transport pioneers and innovators as well as displaying vehicles from local and national collections.

Come along and learn about Dundee’s tram network, railway and marine history. Look around our constantly changing selection of cars, commercial vehicles and buses. Get up close and personal with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and have a look at our recreation of Dundee’s first flying machine.

Dogs are welcome


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