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Gordon

Opened: 16th November, 1863.
Closed to passengers: 13th August, 1948.
Closed to goods:


Ex-North British Railway Class K (LNER Class D34) 4-4-0 No. 62471 GLEN FALLOCH heads the Greenlaw to Roxburgh leg of the Branch Line Society The Scott Country Rail Tour at Gordon Station on 4th April, 1959. [David Anderson]
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Greenlaw

Opened: 16th November, 1863.
Closed to passengers: 13th August, 1948.

Greenlaw Station was situated on the Berwickshire Railway and served the town of Greenlaw, Berwickshire. It was located immediately to the east of the new road which now bypasses the building and the road overbridge, which survives. The station opened on 16th November, 1863, and closed to passenger traffic on 13th August, 1948. The station building remains and is now a private residence. The platform has been landscaped as a garden.

Wikipedia page.


Ex-North British Railway Class C (LNER Class J36) 0-6-0 No. 65233 runs through Greenlaw Station after arriving with a goods train on 29th May, 1959. [John Spencer Gilks]

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