Passenger trains return to the Scottish borders

A week of celebrations marked the reopening of the Borders Railway.

UK: The first public passenger trains for 46 years ran between Edinburgh and Tweedbank on September 6, when revenue services began over the 48 route-km Borders Railway.

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