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The former station approach west from Main Street, Reston, in March 2010, with the old station house on the left. The gate currently provides an access point for Network Rail PW staff and equipment, with both up and down engineer^s sidings located here. [See image 28057]
John Furnevel [08/03/2010]


The 0800 East Coast Kings Cross - Edinburgh service runs north through Reston, Berwickshire, on 8 March 2010. The train is passing the site of the island platform once shared by down trains on the main line and local services on the Berwickshire Railway^s cross-country line to St Boswells. The station house stands alongside the former main entrance in the left background. Reston, which lost its passenger service in 1964, is one of the locations identified as a possibility for reopening as part of a future improved Edinburgh - Berwick rail service.

John Furnevel [08/03/2010]


The 1000 Kings Cross - Edinburgh Waverley passing Reston on 29 July 1967 behind D9010 King^s Own Scottish Borderer.
Dougie Squance (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) [29/07/1967]
All photographs of Reston
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