A 12th century Tironensian abbey, overlooking the Tweed. It has been ruined since the 16th century, which may account for hte very scant remains at Kelso. The site hasn’t been excavated in modern times, but what remains suggests that this was an enormous building, possibly with a double-crossing. Most of the grounds have been encroached on my nearby development.
The remaining arches are substantial, but bulge and lean precariously, with metal bands in place to hold things together. This section of the main crossing is all that remains.