Greater demand for Borders rail links along the Tweed (Rousse)

There was one day left of our holiday. RA mentioned that she had never been to the border towns of Berwick, Coldstream, Cornhill or Kelso so we considered a cycling route with a stop-off at my cousins’ house, or a trip by train. Due to the distance and time available we opted for the train, so set off to find the computerised booking system, conveniently located in a muddy bog not far from our bed and breakfast.

The handheld device for booking train tickets had a terrible user interface and before long we had given up on it. “In any case”, said TPR, “I don’t think that there’s a train track along the River Tweed”.

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