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Reston, Scottish Borders

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Reston
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The main street in Reston.
Reston is located in Scottish Borders
Reston
Reston
Location within the Scottish Borders
Population450 
OS grid referenceNT877621
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Post townEYEMOUTH
Postcode districtTD14
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55°51′04″N 2°11′36″W / 55.851°N 2.1932°W / 55.851; -2.1932

Reston is a village located in the southeast of Scotland, in Berwickshire, Scottish Borders region. The village lies on the western bank of the Eye Water.

Location

It is located on the ECML railway line, which runs between London, King's Cross and Edinburgh, Waverley station. Reston was once the location of the railway station and junction between the Berwickshire Railway and the ECML. Both the Berwickshire Railway and station are now closed. There is a campaign to reopen the station so a commuter service to Edinburgh can be run on the ECML.[1][2][3] A study published in 2013 proposed that East Linton and Reston stations be reopened.[4]

The A1 (Great North Road) runs to the East of the village.

Population

The current population is about 450.

See also

References

  1. ^ Scottish Borders Council, Reston Station Archived March 17, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Renewed hope for Reston Station, Berwickshire News, Feb. 3rd, 2010
  3. ^ Rail Action Group East of Scotland
  4. ^ "East coast rail study submitted to transport minister". BBC News. BBC. 11 December 2013. Retrieved 11 December 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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