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A network of Motorail trains.
One snapshot at https://twitter.com/mrtimdunn/status/979056290721824768
Stranraer to Euston
Heysham to Euston
Barrow-in-Furness to Euston
There were a couple of stations on the WCML which closed in the 1960s despite being located on four-track sections at the time.
Balshaw Lane &...
DMUs did substitute for EMUs on all-stations-to-Altrincham services on several occasions.
When the line was re-electrified from 1500V DC to 25kV...
According to the history books*, the Bury - Holcombe Brook branch closed to passenger trains on 8 May 1952 - so before DMUs began to make their...
Earlestown is another station which was known by a different name to today when first opened in the 19th Century.
New Cumnock has also been a winner of the Plook on the Plinth category of the Carbuncle Awards for "the most dismal town in Scotland".
Irvine in North Ayrshire was also granted a charter as a Royal Burgh in the 14th Century.
Duplicate association deleted. Please continue from Cupar.
Garth (Powys) is another DfT Category F2 station managed by TfW.
Holywood (Northern Ireland)
Darlington also has a twin town located in the Somme department of France.
Anyone know how many permutations of blue paint British Railways used before they settled on the familiar and universal "Rail Blue"?
Kyle of Lochalsh
Saltburn-by-the-Sea is also located at longitude 0° 58'W.
Harrogate is another multi-platform station which is missing a Platform 2.
Denham Golf Club