Templand is a veelage in the historical coonty o Dumfriesshire in Dumfries an Gallowa, Scotland. It is a wheen o miles nor'wast o Lockerbie. Templand wis built durin the Industrial Revolution. Whan the nearby saundstane quarrel (Corncockle Quarrel wis built it became hame tae mony quarrel wirkers. Stane fae the quarrel wis uised in the biggin o the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glesga and wis quarrelt for the replenishment o the gailerie that wis completit in 2006. At the heicht o acteevity up til the 1930s it hid its ain mineral lien fae whit is noo the West Coast Main Line an up tae sax trains per week o stane wis muived tae Glesga an ootthrou Scotland.
Templand lies atween the Corncockel wuidland, a sump, an the Kinnel Watter. Geographical it is believed that the enteer Templand auries is on a gey muckle leck o saundstane, acause o the River Annan cairyin saund doun fae the Moffat aurie.
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