What stations do you know that would be significantly more useful/convenient if either the station or the station entrance was in a slightly different place? A couple of bugbear examples of mine: Charing Cross: The platforms extend right over Embankment tube station, but there's no useful entrance there! There is a morning-peak-only exit, but it is slightly indirect and involves a rather large number of stairs. I imagine a proper entrance there would be very welcome to a lot of station users. Crayford: The platforms are right behind the Sainsburys and the rest of the town centre, but there's no entrance leading that way out of the station. Result: To get to Crayford Town Centre you have to double back via Station Road, a distance of around 250-300m, even though the town centre is actually much closer than that. What are other people's favourite bugbears for stations that are much more awkward to get to than they ought to be? To satisfy pedants, these are the rules for valid suggestions: You can move the entrance of a station, or provide a new entrance. You can move the platforms, or move the entire station any distance along the tracks, provided that makes it better serve substantially the same community it is intended to serve. You can't move a station so far that it ends up serving a completely community instead. And out of scope for this thread: Awkward design or circulation spaces within a station The benefit needs to be substantial. Moving the entrance to save people 5 metres of walking is not substantial. Moving it so that most passengers are saved 200 metres of walking is fine You can't change where the railway line runs. Yes, I know that Bournemouth, for example, would be a lot better sited for the town centre if it was about 500 metres further South-West. But that's not where the railway is, so it's not a valid suggestion.