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172006, you have it!.
I just had a heavy cooker delivered from Inverness to my home. If I had been using the railways as a common carrier, they would have had to pick...
Anagram of "rehorsing" to make it easy!
Well, the station is in Wales but neither of the two suggested so far. Looking for a potential anagram might be a way forward!
One such redundant coaling stage which stood out of use for over fifty years until demolished in 2018 was at Immingham, towering over the flat...
When rehorsing, might turn around here for a Welsh Cob!
Tutbury and Hatton?
I thought of Carrick-On-Shannon as this uses all the letters of "raccoons" but it's in the Irish Republic - does this count?
Well done John, Gateshead Stadium it is. (Anagram of first four words). Your turn.
I have one, again not on the national rail network:
Had team guides sat around here to watch the sports?
Ashey (on the Isle of Wight steam railway)?
Branksome indeed. Your go again.
There are more banks around the South Coast
After poring over a map I think I have it:
Pevensey and Westham
John Griffiths is right, Dunoon it is. (Du = you in German, noon is a "high time") Apologies if it hasn't actually got a station, I just looked...
Only happened to me once, was back in the late 1960s. I was going from Cross Gates to Church Fenton on a summer Saturday, with the intended train...
How about when a train stops at any intermediate station you can both board AND alight like passengers would reasonably expect to do?...
Clue - It's a Scottish station.
You familiar German - it's high time for a meeting!