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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. 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.

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  • 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. 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.
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  • 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. 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.
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