Walking through Moffat, you cannot fail to note some interesting shops and public buildings. The first we came to was the impressive church, towering above everything else.
Then we noted the very original hardware shop (in England we have a TV programme called Open All Hours which features just such an old fashioned shop).
A number of the hotels are extremely notable, either for their uniqueness or grandeur.
In a country whose traditional towns boast very wide main streets, to accommodate weekly agricultural markets, Moffat’s High Street is one of the widest. In the picture yu see roughly one-third of the width: this section accommodates parking perpendicular to the pavement, plus a two lane road. Behind me, are two rows of parking, again perpendicular to the pavement and behind again, another two lane road with further parking at the kerbside.