They are Britain's most hated trains, condemned as 'noisy, draughty, bouncy and outdated' by passengers, but largely spared from Scots - until now.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.
They are Britain’s most hated trains, condemned as “noisy, draughty, bouncy and outdated” by passengers, but largely spared from Scots – until now.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
PRESERVING & PROTECTING THE BORDERS' RAILWAYS
This is a new station opened on a section of preserved line. <