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A connection with the town's mill history, the Mill Lade, still links the town from near the site of mills at Wheatlands Road, to Netherdale, via Wilderhaugh, Bank Street, the Fountain and next to the Tesco/retail development Street. However due to its elevated position and distance from the sea it has colder winters and slightly warmer summers than coastal places such as Edinburgh, Dunbar and Eyemouth.
Snow is also much more common in winter, and covers the ground for an average of 38 days a year in an average winter.
For most of the route the original line was followed with 30 miles (50 kilometres) of new railway line built.
Sir Walter Scott built his home, Abbotsford, just across the River Tweed from Galashiels.
The Sir Walter Scott Way, a long-distance path from Moffat to Cockburnspath passes through Galashiels.
In 2012 the Scottish Borders Council undertook work to revamp the Market Square with lyrics of the song inscribed into the paving slabs.
Fish officially reopened the square on completion later that year.
It also has full toilet and baby changing facilities, and a travel helpdesk.
Despite the town's relatively low population, the early 2000s saw many new developments, including Asda, Boots pharmacy, Halfords, Marks & Spencer, Matalan, Mc Donald's, Next, Subway fast-food outlet and Tesco Extra.
To the west of the town there is an ancient earthwork known as the Picts' Work Ditch or Catrail.
It extends many miles south and its height and width varies.
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.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating