Dumfries station will be transformed into a farmers' market in the coming weeks. Local producers will be given space under the canopy in the station car park when the Dumfries Farmers' Market relocates from Lockerbie Road on Sunday, 1 April 2018. The market will be held under the canopy where, until 1965, trains left for Stranraer and Kirkcudbright. The monthly event is the largest local food market in the south of Scotland, and up to 30 producers will be setting up their stalls under the Victorian pavilion next to the station building. On sale will be a wide variety of locally-produced food and drink, including locally reared meats, pies, soups, baked goods, and locally produced drinks. Left to Right - Chair of Dumfries Farmers Market Sarah Burchell, Max Nowell of Steilhead Cider, Carol Johnston of John Watt & Son Coffee, ScotRail Alliance Station Team Manager George Cameron.

Location: Dumfries

Company: Glasgow, Dumfries and Carlisle Railway

Photographer: ScotRail

Make contact: ScotRail

Date: 2018

Image number: 63353

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