Tweedbank Station
station facilities

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Tweedbank:
Station Facilities

Adjacent to a busy business area and with good access from the A6091, Tweedbank is the first and final stop on the Borders Railway. Pedestrian access links will allow passengers to connect to nearby Melrose, the Borders General Hospital, the Scottish Public Pensions Agency, the Agriculture, Food and Rural Communities Directorate, the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency as well as nearby residential areas of Tweedbank. In addition Abbotsford House, the historic home of Sir Walter Scott, is only 20 minutes' walk from the station.

The site will also feature a 24 hour customer help point system on the platform.

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Access

A ramp or path to provide step-free access.

One platform, with sheltered waiting area

Parking

Free car parking facilities with approximately 241 available spaces

24 hour CCTV for both station and car park which are closely monitored from regional control rooms.

Sheltered cycle storage facilities for approximately 16 bikes

Ticketing

Provisions made for an automated ticket vending machine

2 Miles from Galashiels
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35 Miles from Waverley

Project Benefits

Once completed, the Borders Rail Project will have delivered a range of significant benefits to local communities along the route. Quality of life for families will improve as access to neighbouring towns, Edinburgh and the wider country is opened up.


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Partners & Support

The construction phase of the Borders Railway Project will be delivered by Network Rail in partnership with the following organisations. Partners include Transport Scotland, The Scottish Borders Council, Midlothian Council, City of Edinburgh Council & BAM Nuttall.

 

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