Rail users have welcomed moves to improve signage at Midlothian stations where, it’s been claimed, arrival information for visitors is ‘not up to scratch’.
Tickets are now on sale for the much-anticipated return of ScotRail steam services on the Borders Railway, beginning on Sunday 7 August.
Rosie and Oscar (pictured) have already enjoyed a fantastic day out at Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World and now you can too by entering Visit Midlothian's Competition to win a family ticket for their new hop on hop off Midlothian Explorer bus!
CRAG's next meeting will be held on Thursday 5th May when our speaker will be Phil Verster, MD of the ScotRail Alliance.
Excitement is growing among heritage enthusiasts over recovery of a 19th century relic lost to Midlothian for more than half a century.
A grand homecoming is planned for the brass bell that once hung in the railway station that stood on the site of what is now Morrison’s supermarket in Dalkeith.
Monday 18th April sees the start of the Visit Midlothian Explorer bus service. This service is operated by Prentice of Haddington and operates 7 days a week from the 18th April to 23rd October.
Members of enthusiastic community groups met with representatives of ScotRail at Galashiels Station, on Thursday (3rd March) to discuss the possibility of adopting Galashiels Station.
Local groups are flocking to 'adopt' stations in a drive to help make Midlothian and Borders railway platforms and surroundings more welcoming and people-friendly.
Galashiels Transport Interchange wins Town Centre Regeration Project of the Year Award at the 3rd annual Scottish Property Awards.
The interactive guide to the Borders Railway will be launched at the Borders Railway Community Partnership social gathering on Thursday 19th November 2015 at the National Mining Museum, Newtongrange. For more information about the Guide, see www.bordersrailwayguide.co.uk
The Borders Railway Community Partnership is full steam ahead with the Steering Group and two Working Groups now operational.