Saughtree railway station lies on the disused Border Counties Railway which linked the Newcastle and Carlisle railway near Hexham with the Border Union railway at Riccarton Junction. The line was opened in 1862 and closed in 1956.
Sympathetically refurbished and extended, the station is now a private house with the former platform-rooms providing unique and comfortable guest accommodation. A third of a mile of track has been laid on which sits a Ruston diesel shunter, two wagons and a guard's van. There is a platform bench and platelayers hut. The station is located in beautiful Liddesdale, ideal countryside for walkers, cyclists and anyone looking for peace and tranquillity.
Sorry, but no pets allowed.