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The old station building at Heriot looking north from the site of the level crossing on 13 April 2014. The down platform has long gone although the staggered up platform is still in place behind the camera. An excavating machine stands in the background in the area once occupied by the goods yard. [See image 47172]
John Furnevel [13/04/2014]


A Borders Railway ballast train photographed on 25 November looking north towards Heriot village. Freightliner locomotives 66605 and 66610 (nearest) are involved.
Bill Roberton [25/11/2014]


The site of Heriot station (1848-1969), photographed looking north from the bridge carrying the new road giving access to the village from the A7. The former level crossing has been replaced by a pedestrian subway, the eastern entrance to which is visible on the right. The old station building which stood to the north of the level crossing has been demolished. [See image 47184]
John Furnevel [29/05/2015]
All photographs of Heriot
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