The Waverley Line is an abandoned double track railway line that ran south from Edinburgh in Scotland through Midlothian and the Scottish Borders to Carlisle in England. It was built by the North British Railway Company, opening from Edinburgh to Hawick in 1849, and to Carlisle in 1862. It was named the Waverley route after the novel by Sir Walter Scott. Reconstruction work of the Edinburgh-Galashiels-Tweedbank section was scheduled to begin in 2008. Following three years of contractual problems, the line is anticipated to open in 2014.
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... It is to be reopened as part of the Waverley Line, a project to run between Edinburgh and Tweedbank, a village on the outskirts of Galashiels ... closed by British Rail in 1969, along with the rest of the Waverley Line ... in the United Kingdom Projects Crossrail Croxley Rail Link East London line extension East West Rail Link Edinburgh to Glasgow Improvement Programme High Speed 2 Hitchin flyover Northern line extension to ...
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... In June 2006, the Waverley Railway (Scotland) Act was passed by the Scottish Parliament by 114 votes to 1 ... It will re-open the line as far as Tweedbank, just south of the burgh of Galashiels, and was given the Royal Assent in July 2006 ... the beginning of ancillary works marked the official start, activated the Waverley Rail Act which allows the scheme to be built and formally triggered a clause within the act ...
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