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Pye Corner was also opened in 2014
The first train to arrive at the station on the opening day of 14th December 2014 was the 09:15 from Ebbw Vale Parkway.
Alfreton used to be a Parkway Station.
Gainsborough Lea Road is served by the same two TOCs - Northern & EMT
Gainsborough Central is another station served by Northern
Reddish South is also a station served by a parliamentary with a much better used and served station nearby.
The other station is Reddish North.
Rose Hill Marple is another station regularly served by Pacers.
Return tickets to and from Rose Hill and Marple railway stations are priced identically and are allowed to be interchangeable by Northern, allowing, for example, a passenger with a return ticket to and from Manchester Piccadilly departing from Rose Hill Marple to arrive at the nearby Marple station instead, and vice versa.
Marple is served by regular terminating trains, as well as through trains. This is also the case at New Mills Central, further along the line.
Woodsmoor is also on the Hope Valley Line
As well as being on the Hope Valley Line, Woodsmoor station is on the Buxton Line; Dove Holes station is on the latter but not the former.
Windermere is another station on Northern's diesel network which has the good luck not to be served by Pacers.
Stourbridge Town, as both Stourbridge and Windermere both had tracks that ran further than they did today, but both now have truncated stations.
Corby is also a DfT category "E" station that was first opened in 1879.
Drumgelloch is another example of a station which closed under Beeching, was re-opened by British Rail and has subsequently been rebuilt on a site close to but not identical to its historic location.
Caldercruix is also a station on the North Clyde Line that saw its delayed reopening put back from 2010 to 2011.
Keith is another Abellio ScotRail managed station which saw a decline in patronage during 2016-2017.
Ash, as both Keith and Ash can be used as names for people.
Freshfield is also on a third-rail system and has a road level crossing at the end of the platforms.
Barrow upon Soar is another 2 platform station.
Loughborough was also opened by the Midland Counties Railway.
Little Kimble station also opened in 1872.
Berney Arms is also a single-platform station with the lowest DfT category rating of F2.
Norwich is another Greater Anglia managed station.
North Fambridge was also constructed to the design of the architect William Neville Ashbee.
London Paddington is another to see a decline in passenger usage during 2016/2017 after a few years of regular increased usage.
Manchester Piccadilly is also managed by Network Rail.
Leeds is another large station not in Greater London but in a PTE area.
Clapham Junction also has seventeen platforms.