Galashiels [1st]

When the railway returns to the Borders it will be throttled down to a single track through Galashiels, with no prospect of the situation ever being improved. One of the constraints is the new Station Brae Bridge but until recently the 1930s Blyth & Blyth designed bridge was able to accommodate as many tracks as one could wish for. This is a March 2005 view from near the north-east corner looking towards the town centre (the Church of Our Lady and St. Andrew is immediately behind).

Location: Galashiels [1st] (former)

Original line: Edinburgh and Hawick Railway (North British Railway)

Photographer: Bill Jamieson

Contact photographer: Bill Jamieson

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Date: 03/2005

Image number: 45565

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