Alex Salmond has been in the Scottish Borders to announce plans for a new tourism centre in Tweedbank.
The First Minister made the announcement as he visited the Tweedbank station of the Borders Railway.
The multi-million pound site will host The Great Tapestry of Scotland - the world's longest tapestry, detailing the nation's history.
The announcement was made by the First Minister as he also unveiled plans for the first trains to run on the Borders Railway from 6 September 2015.
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