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Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by Mojo, 27 Dec 2010.
Bingham is also a DfT category F1 station that opened in 1850.
Hatfield also opened in 1850.
I think this might be an opportune time to show the above extract from the rules of the quiz.
West Byfleet also has 1 up and 2 down platforms.
Potters Bar was also the scene of a derailment incident in 1946.
Tamworth another electrified station with 4 platforms and a C2 rating
Smethwick Galton Bridge also has two levels of platforms.
Eastham Rake is also a DfT category "E" station that opened in 1995.
Birkenhead Central is also on the Merseyrail Wirral line.
Green Lane was also opened by the Mersey Railway in 1886.
When the station was opened in 1886, it was as the terminus of the Mersey Railway's line from Liverpool via the Mersey Railway Tunnel. In 1891 the line was extended southwards to Rock Ferry.
Bromborough is also a DfT category "E" station that was opened by the Chester and Birkenhead Railway.
Up until the 1960s Bromborough had through trains to/from London Paddington.
Another station on British Railways London Midland Region which had direct trains to Paddington until the 1960s was Aberystwyth.
Blaenau Ffestiniog also provides an interchange between National Rail and narrow-gauge heritage railways.
Paignton another station that wasn’t an ‘end of the line’ station but now is for National Rail
Torre was also opened by the Dartmouth and Torbay Railway in 1859.
Nailsea and Blackwell also a Category F2 station with 2 platforms only served by GWR
Weston Milton station is also looked after by the Severnside Community Rail Partnership.
Lympstone Commando has the other platform when Weston Milton was 2 platforms
Gypsey Lane was also opened in 1976 by British Rail.
There is an hourly service at Gypsy Lane in each direction, which makes it 17 trains a day. Four of these compromise the through service to/from Whitby Town, whilst the rest run between Newcastle, Darlington and Nunthorpe.
Skipton is also a Grade II listed railway station.
Lincoln Central also has once-a-day through trains to/from Kings Cross operated by London North Eastern Railway.
Lincoln Central is mostly operated by East Midlands Trains, which is to be taken over by a new franchise in August 2019, East Midlands Railway. One of the new franchise's promises is to introduce an hourly service between Peterborough and Doncaster via Lincoln Central.
South Croydon was also the scene of a rail accident with fatalities in 1947.
New Cross is also located on a railway line with 5 tracks.
In the 1970s, the London Underground proposed the new Fleet line (now Jubilee) to Lewisham via New Cross. Unfortunately, that never happened due to funding issues, as the line went as far as Charing Cross in 1979 before being diverted as part of a different extension to Stratford in 1999.
Glasgow Central is also located immediatley north of a river.
Liverpool Lime Street is also managed by Network Rail.
Redhill has also been remodeled recently.