Coldstream Railway Station (Cornhill-on-Tweed)
The station was initially owned by the Newcastle and Berwick Railway, then the York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway from 9 August 1847, the North Eastern Railway from 1854, the London and North Eastern Railway from 1923 and British Railways from 1948. Station closed to passengers 15 June 1964 and to goods 29 March 1965. (1)
The auction mart was demolished in around 2007. (2)
Small railway station at Cornhill, known as Coldstream Station in October 1873, this was composed of a two-storey house and single-storey offices, waiting room and porters' room spread across the two platforms. A footbridge and water tower were also located at this station. The station was approached down a carriage slope from the entrance of the now closed Station Garage. Nothing remains of the station. (3)
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