It's been 45 years since trains travelled through the Scottish Borders.
But now the Borders Railway has moved another step closer in the minds of the people who may use it, after timetables and train fares were released.
The line won't be open for business until next year, but that hasn't stopped Transport Scotland from revealing journey details, to a mixed reaction from potential passengers, as Jenny Longden reports.
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