Category:Heriot, Scottish Borders

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English: Heriot is a small village in the Moorfoot Hills southeast of Edinburgh, Scotland, within Eildon (part of the Scottish Borders council area). The village comprises some 170 dwellings, spread over a geographical area of around 50 square miles, most of which is moorland. Connected to the rest of the world primarily through the A7 road, Heriot had a railway and station from 1849 until the branch line closures instigated by Beeching caused the track to be uplifted in the 1960s. The Scottish Parliament voted, in 2006, to reinstate the railway, but without a station at Heriot.

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