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If the current Crossrail 2 plans goes ahead, its next station southwards is Balham.
Kentish Town is another 4 platform NR station where one can change for the Northern Line.
In the past, today's GOBLIN line has had several different western termini.
Kentish Town was one, another was London St Pancras.
You can also catch a Eurostar from Ashford International.
Anerley's 3 character code also contains a letter than is not in its name (Ashford International - AFK; Anerley - ANZ).
Sydenham was also opened by the London and Croydon Railway in 1839.
Leyton Midland Road is also a station in London Travelcard Zone 3.
Walthamstow Queen's Road was also opened by the Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway in 1894.
There is a plan to extend the GOBLIN line extend further than its intentional terminus, Barking Riverside, to Abbey Wood.
Woolwich Arsenal was also opened in 1849 by the South Eastern Railway.
West Ham also has a connection to the Docklands Light Railway
Orpington is also an eight-platform station.
Rainham is also the terminus for both SouthEastern and ThamesLink services.
Rainham in Kent is on the Chatham Main Line, as is Sole Street.
Meopham was also opened by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway in 1861.
On Sundays, there are hourly trains at Meopham to London Victoria via Bromley South.
Dartford is another 4 platform station served by both SouthEastern and ThamesLink.
There are 3 ways Southeastern trains get to Dartford: either via the Sidcup, North Kent, or Bexleyheath Lines.
Another 2 platform station with an annual patronage of about 3 million is Queens Road Peckham.
Bidston is also a DfT category "E" station that was opened in 1866.
Bidston is the Northern terminus of the 'Borderlands Line' which runs from Wrexham Central via Shotton.
Tamworth is another 4 platform station with platforms on 2 different levels.
As well as Tamworth's Low Level station, Polesworth station was opened in 1847 by the London and North Western Railway.
Teesside Airport also has trains in one direction only.
Manchester Airport also serves an airport.
The station is at the end of a short branch from the Styal Line; another station on that line is Mauldeth Road.
Eccles is also served only by Northern, whilst seeing TransPennine Express and TfW trains pass through non-stop.
Wembley Central was also the scene of a rail accident with fatalities in 1984.
Drayton Green is also a London Fare Zone 4 station.
Marlow is also only served by GWR Turbo stock.