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The following are listed by Scottish Borders Council as being in the Galashiels area and are catchment schools for Galashiels Academy.
It extends many miles south and its height and width varies.
Fish officially reopened the square on completion later that year.
In 1969, the historic Waverley Line which connected the Scottish Borders to the national rail network was closed as part of a wider series of cuts to British Railways.
The Sir Walter Scott Way, a long-distance path from Moffat to Cockburnspath, passes through Galashiels.
There is some largely good-hearted rivalry between some of the Galashiels townsfolk and those of other border towns, particularly Hawick, the next largest town in the Scottish Borders.