1957, historical, exterior view of the famous Horse Shoe Marriage Room', at Gretna Green at the Scottish borders, established as the sign on the single-storey building says in 1830 and at this time, with over 10,000 marriages performed there. At this time, the entrance  to the marriage room was through 'Ye Old Toll Bar', the first House in Scotland and where souvenirs and post cards were available to purchase. The Old Toll Bar, Gretna, became part of the run-away wedding legacy in 1830, when a bridge was built over the Sark River, redirecting most of the traffic that way into Scotland.
RM2F6Y99P1957, historical, exterior view of the famous Horse Shoe Marriage Room', at Gretna Green at the Scottish borders, established as the sign on the single-storey building says in 1830 and at this time, with over 10,000 marriages performed there. At this time, the entrance to the marriage room was through 'Ye Old Toll Bar', the first House in Scotland and where souvenirs and post cards were available to purchase. The Old Toll Bar, Gretna, became part of the run-away wedding legacy in 1830, when a bridge was built over the Sark River, redirecting most of the traffic that way into Scotland.
1957, historical, exterior view of the famous 'Horse Shoe Marriage Room', and Ye Old Toll Bar in Gretna Green, Scotland, established as the sign on the single-storey building says, in 1830 with over 10,000 marriages performed there. Motor cars of the era are parked in the car park, as well as a motobike and sidecar.  At this time, the entrance to the marriage room was through 'Ye Old Toll Bar', where souvenirs and postcards were sold. The Old Toll Bar at Gretna, part of its run-away wedding legacy, was known as the First House in Scotland, as written on the side of the old cottage.
RM2F6Y9J31957, historical, exterior view of the famous 'Horse Shoe Marriage Room', and Ye Old Toll Bar in Gretna Green, Scotland, established as the sign on the single-storey building says, in 1830 with over 10,000 marriages performed there. Motor cars of the era are parked in the car park, as well as a motobike and sidecar. At this time, the entrance to the marriage room was through 'Ye Old Toll Bar', where souvenirs and postcards were sold. The Old Toll Bar at Gretna, part of its run-away wedding legacy, was known as the First House in Scotland, as written on the side of the old cottage.