Peniel Heugh
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From "A Hawick Word Book" by Douglas Scott

Peniel Heugh (p¯ı-nul-hew) n. officially called the Waterloo Monument, it is a striking local landmark, being the tallest man-made feature in the Borders. It is perched on 237 m (791 ft) Peniel Heugh Hill, north of Jedburgh, which also hosts an ancient British fort.
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External sites
http://www.scotlandsplaces.gov.uk/record/rcahms/56965/penielheugh-monument/rcahms  

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