Pease Lye

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Pease Bridge Goods
Pease Siding
Pease Lye

Opened on the North British Railway.


Known to the Railway Clearing House as Pease Bridge, later known by British Railways as Pease Siding and the bridge information plaque refers to it as Pease Lye. There were a pair of sidings from the southbound line, on the east side of the railway, approached by reversal. A public siding for agricultural use. The parent station was at Cockburnspath, not far to the north west.

A former railway cottage, Pease Cottages, survives on the east side of the line here. The loading bank survives.




Pease Bridge Siding


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