Jedburgh Railway

Introduction

This line is closed.






Dates

  /  /1855[Jedburgh Railway]
Act receives Royal assent
  /07/1856[Jedburgh Railway]
Line opened, worked by [North British Railway]. Jedburgh station had an all-over roof which was supported by the engine shed and station building. It is so far from town a bus runs between the station and town.
  /  /1860[Jedburgh Railway]
[North British Railway]
Jedburgh Railway absorbed by North British Railway.
12/08/1948[Jedburgh Railway]
Flooding damages line
13/08/1948[Jedburgh Railway]
Jedburgh to Roxburgh Junction closed to passengers
10/08/1964[Jedburgh Railway]
Jedburgh to Roxburgh Junction closed to freight

Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This was a three platform junction station.
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Roxburgh Viaduct across the River Teviot in 2005. ...
John Furnevel 20/06/2005
Wide view of Roxburgh Viaduct over the River Teviot looking southeast in June 2005. Note the housing developments in the background and the low level ...
John Furnevel /06/2005
B1 no 61324 near Roxburgh Junction on 14 April 1963 with the SLS/BLS Scottish Rambler No.2 (Joint Easter Rail Tour) which included a visit to ...
K A Gray 14/04/1963
One of two pairs of bridge abutments to the south of Roxburgh station, photographed on 7 July 2013. This pair carried the NB line towards Kelso and on ...
John Yellowlees 07/07/2013

This was a single platform station with a goods yard on the east side, approached from the south. The passenger platform was on the east side of the track. There was no loop.
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Road entrance to the former station at Kirkbank on the Jedburgh branch. View west on 1 July 2008. The buildings have been modified considerably since ...
John Furnevel 01/07/2008
Kirkbank Station goods dock is largely obscured by trees. Looking towards Roxburgh. ...
Clive Barlow 25/05/2006
A walk along the Jedburgh branch came to an abrupt halt at the missing bridge by Kirkbank. The view looks to Jedburgh in 1998. Kirkbank is nearly a ...
Ewan Crawford //1998
Kirkbank Station looking towards Nisbet. The building has had three extensions since sale in 1969. ...
Clive Barlow 25/05/2006

This was a single platform station with a level crossing at its north end.
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The former station at Nisbet, Roxburghshire, approximately 3 miles north of Jedburgh, looking west on a sunny July day in 2008. The site of the level ...
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View to Jedburgh from the level crossing at Nisbet station in 1998. The B6400 crossed the line here. ...
Ewan Crawford //1998
Nisbet station looking towards Jedfoot. ...
Clive Barlow 25/05/2006
Old coach body in the garden of the former Nisbet Station. ...
Clive Barlow 25/05/2006

This was a single platform station.
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New uses for old lines; part of the Jedburgh Railway is now the St Cuthbert's Way. Taken at the former Jedfoot station car park in 1998. ...
Ewan Crawford //1998
After leaving the terminus at Jedburgh the line ran north for a mile and a half before crossing a bridge over the Jed Water on the approach to Jedfoot ...
John Furnevel 24/02/2018
The concrete goods platform at Jedfoot Bridge in 1998 looking north to Roxburgh Junction. The passenger platform was beyond further to the left. ...
Ewan Crawford //1998
The timber passenger platform at Jedfoot Bridge looking north to Roxburgh Junction in 1998. The Jed Water is to the left. ...
Ewan Crawford //1998

This was a single platform terminus. It was located some way north of Jedburgh itself, about 3/4 of a mile.
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Photograph taken looking north from beside the Station Bridge at Jedburgh in 1998. Unfortunately nothing survives of the station. ...
Ewan Crawford //1998
Scene at Jedburgh on 9 July 1961 with St Margarets J37 0-6-0 no 64624 running round the RCTS (West Riding Branch) 'Borders Railtour'. ...
K A Gray 09/07/1961
The RCTS (West Riding Branch) Borders Rail Tour from Leeds City, seen here at Jedburgh on 9 July 1961 with no 256 Glen Douglas in ...
K A Gray 09/07/1961
64624 in the process of running round the RCTS Borders Railtour at Jedburgh on 9 July 1961. The J37 had brought the train from Hawick along wth ...
K A Gray 09/07/1961