Tweedbank railway station

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Tweedbank National Rail
Scottish Gaelic: Bruach Thuaidh[1]
Tweedbank station (2).jpg
Location
PlaceTweedbank
Local authorityScottish Borders
Coordinates55°36′21″N 2°45′34″W / 55.6057°N 2.7595°W / 55.6057; -2.7595Coordinates: 55°36′21″N 2°45′34″W / 55.6057°N 2.7595°W / 55.6057; -2.7595
Grid referenceNT522349
Operations
Station codeTWB
Managed byAbellio ScotRail
Number of platforms2
Live arrivals/departures, station information and onward connections
from National Rail Enquiries
Annual rail passenger usage*
2015/16 0.301 million
2016/17Increase 0.436 million
2017/18Increase 0.437 million
History
6 September 2015Opened
National RailUK railway stations
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* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Tweedbank from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.

Tweedbank railway station in Tweedbank, in the Scottish Borders, is the southern terminus of the Borders Railway (the name given to the partly reopened Waverley Route). It serves the village of Tweedbank, Abbotsford House and the town of Melrose, as well as the wider Scottish Borders by means of a nearby park and ride facility. The station was built by BAM Nuttall opening on 6 September 2015.[2][3]

The station design uses a central platform with a line on either side. Services are normally provided by diesel multiple units, such as ScotRail's Class 158 and Class 170 trains.

Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Galashiels   Abellio ScotRail
Borders Railway
  Terminus

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Brailsford, Martyn, ed. (December 2017) [1987]. "Gaelic/English Station Index". Railway Track Diagrams 1: Scotland & Isle of Man (6th ed.). Frome: Trackmaps. ISBN 978-0-9549866-9-8.
  2. ^ Network Rail Timetable, May 2015
  3. ^ "Borders to Edinburgh railway opens as longest line in UK in a century". BBC News. 6 September 2015.

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