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Arisaig was also opened by the North British Railway in 1901.
Lowestoft is also at an extremity of the National Rail network. (Lowestoft is the furthest east station, Arisaig is the most westerly - slightly further west than Mallaig)
Sheringham is also a terminus with trains terminating that started at Norwich.
New Pudsey was also opened on its current site by British Rail in 1967.
Bristol Parkway also built next to a major road as a park and ride, rather than serving an adjacent community.
Pudsey and Farsley are both within walking distance of New Pudsey, but the A6120 and A647 roads are nearer.
The term Parkway originally referred to a nearby park.
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Liverpool Central is also a three-platform station with a DfT category rating of "B".
Hoylake is also on the Wirral lines of Merseyrail.
The Wirral Railway (previously known as the Hoylake Railway) also served Meols, starting in 1866.
Birkenhead Central is also a DfT category "E" station that is managed by Merseyrail.
Liverpool James Street is also a terminus for RRBs in Phase 2 of the Wirral Line closures.
Liverpool James Street Station shares with Birkenhead Hamilton Square station the distinction of being the oldest deep level underground stations in the world.
Wigan Wallgate also has three platforms.
Lichfield City is also the second largest station in a town (city?) and only served by the local operator.
Walsall station is also on the South Staffordshire Line.
Retford was also the scene of a railway accident in 1923.
Tamworth station also has upper and lower level platforms at right angles to each other.
Nuneaton is also a interchange with XC on the Trent Valley line, served also by VTWC and LM.
Inverness is also a seven-platform station.
Carstairs is also serves by the Caledonian Sleeper
Abergele & Pensarn station was also opened in 1848.
Glan Conwy is another station to have had a camping coach.
Knucklas also had 267 season ticket entry/exits in 2015/16.
I've been looking through the ORR statistics!
Trains leaving Stockport station also cross a viaduct soon after doing so.
Manchester Piccadilly also is served by the same six TOCs.
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Leeds is also managed by Network Rail.
Lincoln is also a terminus of trains off the ECML.
Manchester Oxford Road is also a five-platform station with a DfT caregory rating of C1
London Liverpool Street was also originally electrified at 1500V DC and is now converted to 25kV AC.
Salhouse was also opened in 1874 by the Great Eastern Railway.