Jedburgh Railway

Introduction

This line is closed.






Dates

  /  /1855Jedburgh Railway
Act receives Royal assent
  /07/1856Jedburgh 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 the town a bus runs between the station and town.
  /  /1860Jedburgh Railway North British Railway
Jedburgh Railway absorbed by North British Railway.
12/08/1948Jedburgh Railway
Flooding damages line
13/08/1948Jedburgh Railway
Jedburgh to Roxburgh Junction closed to passengers
10/08/1964Jedburgh 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. This was the junction between the Kelso Branch (North British Railway) and the Jedburgh Railway.
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Kelso Branch (North British Railway)
Abutment with eejit; Roxburgh, December 2016

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John Furnevel 27/12/2016
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
Looking north west towards Roxburgh along the Kelso line in 1966, with the embankment carrying the Jedburgh branch coming in on the left. [Ref query ...
Bruce McCartney //1966
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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
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This was a level crossing just to the west of Ormiston House. There may have been a platform or halt for the house. The location is three quarters of a mile south of Kirkbank station.
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A lineside cottage at Kirkbank Crossing. This type of cottage adjoined the station sites on this line. There may have been a private halt here for ...
Ewan Crawford 24/02/2018
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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 ...
John Furnevel //
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
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This was a single platform station.
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The site of Jedfoot station in February 2018, looking along the trackbed of the Jedburgh branch towards the former junction at Roxburgh, five miles to ...
John Furnevel 24/02/2018
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
Road entrance to the former goods yard at Jedfoot from the A698, photographed in the summer of 2008 looking north towards Roxburgh. The remains of the ...
John Furnevel 01/07/2008
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
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This was a single platform terminus. It was located some way north of Jedburgh itself, about 3/4 of a mile. Because of this distance on opening a bus service ran between the station and town.
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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
Photograph taken looking north from beside the Station Bridge at Jedburgh in 1998. Unfortunately nothing survives of the station. ...
Ewan Crawford //1998
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
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