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Jedburgh Railway

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The line served an area of farmed countryside. The only town of note was Jedburgh itself.

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Description of route

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From Roxburgh to Jedburgh.

Roxburgh Junction

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This was a junction station. There were two platforms on the Kelso Branch (North British Railway) and one for Jedburgh trains. The junction faced west towards St Boswells. The station site is now a house and the platform area is now a garden.

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Jedfoot

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Some parts of the platform can be found in scrub by the site of the road here.

Jedburgh

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The site of this station is now an industrial estate.


Page created on 19/01/1998
Page last edited on: 17/03/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford