Stow Railway Station

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Stow (to rhyme with 'how' and not with 'snow') is the largest village in the Gala Water valley

About Stow Railway Station

tow railway station serves the village of Stow of Wedale in the Scottish Borders, Scotland. The original station at Stow was opened by the North British Railway on 1 November 1848.
There were once two distinct settlements of Stow and Killochyett but they are now joined together, although the rivalry is still played out in a football match every summer. The village lies in a narrow picturesque valley surrounded by hills which provide a livelihood for the upland hill farms and a source of...

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