Transport

Lord-lieutenant Gerald Maitland-Carew and Michelle De Bruin at the stone unveiling at Tweedbank railway station.
Lord-lieutenant Gerald Maitland-Carew and Michelle De Bruin at the stone unveiling at Tweedbank railway station.

Berwickshire sculptor Michelle de Bruin was at a ceremony to officially mark the first anniversary of the opening of the Borders Railway at Tweedbank.

When the Queen opened the £350m railway, she unveiled a plaque, now that plaque has been set in a two-metre-high slab of sandstone supplied by Fishwick firm Hutton Stone by Ms deBruin.

It took her 200 hours to complete the sculpture, helped by apprentices Josephine Crossland and Luke Batchelor.