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Lauder Light Railway

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Clickable map of the Lauder Light Railway

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This line runs through high ground from Fountainhall, passing through Oxton, to Lauder.

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Description of route 

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From Fountainhall to Lauder.

Fountainhall 

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Fountainhall was a station on the Waverley route between Edinburgh and Carlisle. Please see the Edinburgh and Hawick Railway page for more details.

Oxton 

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The remains of the station were demolished in the late 1980s, but a London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) trespass warning sign still stands at the level crossing to the south of the station.

Lauder 

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The site of the station in Lauder is now a small industrial estate with some nearby housing.


Page created on 11/03/1997
Page last edited on: 17/03/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford