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Border Union Dream the inside story of Britain’s boldest railway preservation bid

The 1969-70 bid by the Border Union Company (BURco) to re-open the axed Waverley Route from Edinburgh to Carlisle captured the imagination of Borders folk and the wider railway world. 

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Many were left sorely disappointed when the dream crumbled, but the story continues to fascinate rail enthusiasts. Between 2009 and 2012, the author discussed the BURco saga in depth with two (now both deceased) of its three directors and summarised the key events within his Waverley Roue: the life, death and rebirth of the Borders Railway.

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 Border Union Dream the inside story of Britain’s boldest railway preservation bid

Border Union Dream the inside story of Britain’s boldest railway preservation bid

The 1969-70 bid by the Border Union Company (BURco) to re-open the axed Waverley Route from Edinburgh to Carlisle captured the imagination of Borders folk and the wider railway world. 

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