Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by Mojo, 27 Dec 2010.
Fenchurch street, both follow the same naming pattern.
Liverpool Lime Street - Both have street in their name.
Gatwick Airport - both are Network Rail-managed stations
Ramsgate- Both are the local stations for an International airport
Bathgate. Both have "gate" in their name.
Drumgelloch - both have had new stations
Drumchapel - both have 'Drum' in the name
[stn]Chapel-en-le-Frith[/stn] - also has 'chapel' in the name...
St-Annes-on-the-Sea, both have the hyphens in their official name.
Southend Central - Also serves a town 'on-sea'
Hadfield - terminus served exclusively by 25 KV EMUs
Hatfield, sounds like Hadfield.
Dronfield, also three syllables with 'field' in the name.
Langley Mill - also gets the occasional London EMT service
Burnley Manchester Rd - also opened in 1986
York also served by Northern and EMT except when the former is on strike.)
Leeds - also a major station in Yorkshire
York isn't in WYPTE or in West Yorks though hock:
Leuchars also saw an EMT HST today
Edited the reason
Watford Junction - both served by the highland Caledonian Sleeper.
I presume because they're both junctions?
Stourbridge Town - both served by the PPM
Cardiff Bay - Both are terminus's of very short branch lines.
Oban another station in a bay
Oxenholme Lake District - both start with O and have DMU's terminate.
Kirkham & Wesham - both the start of branch lines which are long sidings (ie no passing loops)
Arrochar & Tarbet - both stations which are named for two places
Sandplace, also in the middle of nowhere.
Margate - is by a lot of sand.