Borders Railway – Waverley to Tweedbank

Rail Route

Borders Railway – Waverley to Tweedbank


A detailed look at the influence that the Borders Railway has had on all the towns and villages from Edinburgh Waverley to Tweedbank.

This route provides an understanding of how the station towns have been shaped by the railway. Learn about the importance of the railway from the humble beginnings to driving the economy, to closure and rebirth. Remember to use the Filters on the map to discover all the experiences available at the once again thriving station towns.

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What you'll see

Stow Railway Station - Stow

Train Stations

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

Galashiels Railway Station - Galashiels

Train Stations

The Interchange next to the railway station will connect you to all parts of the Central Borders including Hawick, Jedburgh and all the towns along…

Tweedbank Railway Station - Tweedbank

Car Parking, Train Stations

Tweedbank is encircled by the River Tweed, a stone's throw from Abbotsford, at the foot of the Eildons and in the heart of the country…