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Roy Bridge Station Sign
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No: 12679   Contributor: Tich & Quackers   Year: 1986   Manufacturer: Unknown   Country: Scotland
Roy Bridge Station Sign

Taken sometime in 1986. A pleasant spot to wait for (the not so frequent)train.
Picture added on 04 December 2011 at 16:17
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Is Roy Bridge still open?

Added by Dave Forbes on 06 December 2011.
Yes Dave it is though how many trains actually stop I suspect not many...
I think that the old railway buildings are now a bunkhouse. I might have a more up to date photo but am not sure, I will look.

Added by John Southall on 07 December 2011.
About 5 trains a day each way weekdays and 2 sundays including a direct service to London, although the London train is a 'request stop' in the timetable.

Added by T & Q on 07 December 2011.
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