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Flange Squeal

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Heighington - another station that is two stops away from a station that is located adjacent to a railway museum.

(Locomotion at Shildon. Sudbury in the previous answer is two stops away from Chappel & Wakes Colne, where the East Anglian Railway Museum is located)
 

EbbwJunction1

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Pontefract Monkhill station is only accessible (i.e. has step-free access) on to Platform One, as the route to Platform Two is via a footbridge which has steps.
The other two stations in the town (Pontefract Tanshelf and Pontefract Baghill) have step-free access to both of their two platforms.
 

EbbwJunction1

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The level crossing at Pinhoe was operated from 1875 by a small signal box, situated on the north side of the line to the east of the road. The signal box was finally closed on 13th February 1988, and the old signal box was dismantled and re-erected in the railway museum at Bere Ferrers station on the Tamar Valley Line.
 

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Passengers from St Budeaux Victoria Road travelling into Cornwall can change at Plymouth, and there are also a few trains from St Budeaux Ferry Road, which is less than 100 yards away.
 

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