UKs most hated trains to run on Waverley route [Scotsman]





Date: 09/02/2020

They are Britain's most hated trains, condemned as 'noisy, draughty, bouncy and outdated' by passengers, but largely spared from Scots - until now. They are due to run on the Waverley Route Heritage Association's (WRHA) track south of Hawick this summer - giving people north of the border the chance to judge the trains for themselves.


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UKs most hated trains to run on Waverley route

Scotsman

They are Britain’s most hated trains, condemned as “noisy, draughty, bouncy and outdated” by passengers, but largely spared from Scots – until now.

Waverley Route Heritage Association

Waverley Route Heritage Association

PRESERVING & PROTECTING THE BORDERS' RAILWAYS

Whitrope Siding - RAILSCOT

Whitrope

This is a new station opened on a section of preserved line. <> This was the site of a refuge siding for bankers on the southbound side of

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The WRHA centre at Whitrope on 3 May 2015. The railbus is carrying a wreath in memory of Roy Perkins, former chairman of the association.
Location: Whitrope Siding
Company: Border Union Railway (North British Railway)
03/05/2015 John Yellowlees