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Former Coldstream Railway Station

Coldstream Station was located in Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland, about a mile south-east of the larger settement of Coldstream, Scotland. The station served both the Kelso line and the Alnwick to Cornhill branch line. The station was built by the North Eastern Railway and opened in 1849. The station closed in 1965 and was later demolished. There remain two short terraces of railway cottages on Station Gardens, near the site of the former station. A nearby road called The Sidings also reflects the railway history here.

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- "...For most of its life this station was one of the select few in Britain to be situated in one country but to be named after a settlement in another. …

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Station Gardens, Cornhill

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Play area at Station Gardens, Cornhill on Tweed

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Dismantled railway bridge on A697 leaving Cornhill

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