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An up ECML express rounds the curve north of Cockburnspath on 16 August, dwarfed by Torness nuclear power station standing on the north side of the bay.
John Furnevel [16/08/2007]


EWS 66103 brings the 06.37 Mossend - West Burton power station coal train south through the site of Cockburnspath station (closed 1951) on 14 July 2006. The train has recently passed to the west of Torness nuclear power station, seen standing on the headland across the bay, an establishment where coal is not a requirement.

John Furnevel [14/07/2006]


Just over 30 miles out of Edinburgh on a summer^s afternoon in 2007 a GNER Waverley - Kings Cross service speeds through the sweeping curve at Cockburnspath. Across the bay to the north stands the nuclear power station at Torness Point.
John Furnevel [/08/2007]
All photographs of Cockburnspath
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