Borders Railway Project

About the Borders Railway Project

The Borders Railway, which re-establishes passenger train services from Edinburgh through Midlothian to Tweedbank in the Scottish Borders, opened in September 2015.

 Stations in Midlothian

  • Shawfair Station will serve the planned settlement of Shawfair between Danderhall and Millerhill
  • Eskbank Station is between the TESCO Eskbank superstore, Jewel and Esk College, and close to the new Community Hospital
  • Newtongrange Station is just off the A7 north of the Scottish Mining Museum but south of the turn-off to Orchard Grange
  • Gorebridge Station is on Station Road between Main Street and Lady Brae

Borders Railway Project

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Midlothian Council contact for the Borders Railway Project

2nd Floor Midlothian House
Buccleuch Street
EH22 1DN

0131 271 5215 (tel)

Borders Railway Community Liaison Manager

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Scottish Borders Council Headquarters
Newton St Boswells

01835 825048 (tel)