The Jedburgh Branch (Oakwood)

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A detailed history of the Jedburgh Branch, which connected the town of Jedburgh with the Kelso-St Boswells line at Roxburgh in the Scottish Borders, Author, Roger Jermy. Has compiled an in-depth examination of the line, looking at the origins and early railway development in the Scottish Borders, before moving on to the construction and opening of the line.

Further chapters cover the route in detail, signalling, passenger and freight services. Three of the chapters comprise an historical chronology of the line, covering from inauguration to Grouping, then to Nationalisation, and finally to closure.

Other topics covered include locomotives and rolling stock, accidents, excursions and special trains over the seven-mile branch line. The book has 18 chapters in total plus bibliography, an index, and includes 170 illustrations. 224 pages.

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