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Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by Mojo, 27 Dec 2010.
I actually laughed out loud
Following on from Carstairs;
Salford Crescent, both have lines passing around its island platform, but no actual platform for trains to stop
Norton Bridge... island platform, ½ the tracks bypass it.
The fact that nothing can stop there is irrelevant, but could lead to the next entry!
Polesworth, another station on the WCML with a missing footbridge!
It takes all sorts. Probably shouldn't have posted it really.
Wilnecote, the only other station in the Royal Mail post town Tamworth that isn't called Tamworth.
Hmm, I found it tickling too, then again I suppose its what type of humour you are into... There are several jokes about 9/11 and Lockerbie floating around, but I repeat them on here I'd be banned.
From Polesworth, Arlesey, both stations on a four-track Mainline that only have platforms on the outer two.
Hinckley - the TOC which manages the station doesn't have any trains calling there.
Wilmslow. Has an hourly station to an airport station.
Thorpe-le-Soken, both have had major resignalling works within the station area over the past few years.
Crewe - both have a limited XC service
Ashford International - Also has Tracks leading into six directions (three from each end - going by the map of crewe!)
Barking - some lines go over flyovers
Rugby - both have a flyover!
Bat & Ball, both are associated with sports.
Wow, I thought that was a dead end until I thought of Lisvane & Thornhill, another proper ampersand station.
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch both in wales
Valley, another station on the North Wales Coast line not served by Virgin.
Dover Priory - In a town that is in a Valley!
St Albans Abbey another station with monastic connections
Milton Keynes Central - another station with a suffix when there it is the only station in the town!
Well technically you could say Bletchley, Wolverton, Fenny Stratford and Bow Brickhill are in Milton Keynes too and maybe Woburn Sands, but I get what you're saying, it's the only station called Milton Keynes!
Smethwick Galton Bridge, another station with three words.
Smethwick Rolfe Street - It's another Smethwick station, what's your excuse?
Stone, also is served by solely LM.
Kidsgrove - because, on a weekend, it doesn't get the last train from London Euston to Crewe!
the final LM service doesn't call at these two.
Oh, sorry, my fault. I'll go Congleton then, both were victims of the LMS's 1960s station massacre, sorry, rebuilding project.
So does London Euston count now then? Also said to have been killed by the 60s station refurb programme.
London Liverpool Street - Another London Terminal.
London Victoria - both have 18 platforms.
*ignore that - that was meant to be for Euston*