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Discussion in 'Quizzes & Games' started by Mojo, 27 Dec 2010.
Holborn Viaduct. Closed when the Snow Hill line was reopened in thatLondon.
Broad Street - another extinct London terminus with elevated approaches that are still virtually all in use.
Croxley Green. Another terminus formerly solely served by class 501 jail wagons.
Polmont - a station that serves a jail
Wakefield Kirkgate - Also has (is?) a prison nearby
Tame Bridge Parkway. Also has three trains a day to thatthereLondon.
East Midlands Parkway - I'm sure you can work out the association
Cosford also served by our friendly WSMR pals.
Corby - also a new EMT station
Derby - Sounds similar and is also an EMT station
Bristol Temple Meads - several trains serving the station reverse there every hour
Perth - Stagecoach group's HQ
Aberdeen - First Group HQ (Hadn't realised so many major transport operators had Scottish based HQ's)
York - both have long distance services leaving from bay platforms
Sorry but since when have EMT served Cosford?
Since when have WSMR served East Midlands parkway
I was replying to the post above as yours wasn't relevant, as it was aimed 2 posts above. Sorry
Assuming York is still the last station ...
Wool - both have 4 letters.
Norden - both are about 4 miles from Worgret Junction
Morden - it is mostly spelt the same (atlhough I should use Morden South since its a NR Station!)
We've had Pallion and Gallions Reach so the NR thing doesn't seem to matter.
High Barnet. The other extreme of the Northern Line.
Wigton, both are related to hair.
Didn't realise there was a rule about NR stations. Still, Pallion is on NR tracks...
There is no such rule AFAIK.
Tonbridge - another weighty name!
It's funny how people are worried about using TfL stations when we've just had a preserved railway one. And it didn't even exist when the line was part of the national network!
Fareham. Another place that was once thumper heaven.
Ashford International. Another place you used to be able to hear the quiet thumping noise!
St. Pancras - both are on HS1.
Manchester Central. The other end of the Blue Pullman.