Gorebridge Railway Station

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This sprawling town is a surprising mix of industrial heritage, rural retreats and modern development

About Gorebridge Railway Station

The Gore Water was harnessed in the late 18th century to power gunpowder mills and the industry encouraged the growth of the town. By the mid-nineteenth century coal mining became important to the town and most of the houses along the main street date from this time. Proximity to transport routes and to Edinburgh have encouraged many modern developments. The main attractions for the visitor are the intriguing walks in the area where you can walk through the industrial remains amongst lovely wooded glens. With a little more determination, you can also visit Arniston House, Vogrie Country Park, Borthwick Castle and Crichton Castle and walk along the banks of the South Esk.

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