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Dunscore (['dʌnskə] / 'DUN-skuh', less commonly ['dunskɔ:] / 'DUN-score') is a small village which lies 9 miles (14 km) northwest of Dumfries on the B729, in Dumfriesshire, in the District Council Region of Dumfries and Galloway, southwest Scotland.
The village consists of about 150 people, has a community run pub, a post office and a tea room. The village hosts a gala event every August.It is the birthplace of the Church of Scotland missionary Jane Haining, one of the only ten Holocaust victims from Scotland.
The Dunscore railway station opened in 1905, and closed to passengers in 1943 and to goods in 1949. The station was on the Cairn Valley Railway which ran to Moniaive from Dumfries.
Craigenputtock Estate is within the Civil Parish of Dunscore.

Dunscore: 55.133333, -3.783333