Posted by: wrha | February 17, 2015

Tweedbank

The terminus of the line at Tweedbank now has track and is looking more like a railway than the building site it has been so far. The progress along the line continues at a good pace although there is still a huge amount to do. Tweedbank is starting to take on the look of a reasonable terminus station, rather than the bus stop type halt it could easily of been, but for the lobbying of groups like the ‘Campaign for Borders Rail’.

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  1. Stop sign is probably there because a permanent illuminated red light hasn’t been fitted yet. It’ll need power, which is probably not available yet.

  2. PLB denoting the limit of a possession. A PLB (possession limit board) is still required, even if the limit of the block is a buffer end….

  3. Platform doesn’t look long enough to accommodate 11 coach excursions. Are they going to build more platform section towards the point?


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