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Visiting Midlothian and the Scottish Borders using the Borders Railway
It's coming up to 2 years - yes I know where has the time gone, since the re-introduction of the Borders Railway making Midlothian and the Scottish Borders even more accessible to visit.
In this time, hundreds of thousands of journeys have been taken, the Queen enjoyed a journey to open the line on a steam locamotive, there has been a number of others Steam Trains trips much to the delight to onlookers and of course, lots of people have used the service to make a visit to places such as National Mining Museum Scotland in Newtongrange and Abbotsford - The Home of Sir Walter Scott, near Melrose.
There are so many great reasons to use the Borders Railway and would be good to hear other peoples experiences and places where they have visited.