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The shortcut between Galafoot Lane and Woodstock Avenue, Galashiels, crosses both the Gala Water and the Waverley trackbed via this pedestrian bridge. View north over the trackbed towards Woodstock Avenue in February 2014. Note the steam exhaust deflectors still attached to the underside of the bridge. [See image 28753]
John Furnevel [26/02/2014]


Looking north west towards Galashiels on 26 December 2014 over the site of Selkirk Junction. Part of the surviving abutment of the bridge that carried the Selkirk branch over the Gala Water is visible through the trees alongside the trackbed. The branch closed to all traffic in 1964.
Ewan Crawford [26/12/2014]


Sleepers still remain on the solum of the former Selkirk branch alongside the closed gas works. It was a surprise to find them as so much has simply been erased or removed of the railways in the borders.

This view is looking from the south bank of the Tweed towards Winston Road to the South (next to the Gas Works).
Kathryn Cresswell [07/04/2017]
All photographs of Selkirk Junction
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