Last September, the Borders Railway reopened, 46 years after it closed, with the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon making the one-hour journey by steam train from Edinburgh to Tweedbank, a suburb of Galashiels.
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