Carlisle to Hawick
The Waverley Route
The North British line from Carlisle to Hawick, built as the Border Union Railway, was the southern half of the Waverley Route to Edinburgh.
It travelled through the wild and romantic Border country with Riccarton one of the most remote railway villages ever to be constructed. The branch lines to Gretna and Longtown are also included in this book.
Hardback; 176 x 240mm.
Black & white photographs