Stations Which Give an Accurate Impression of the Town They Serve

Mordac

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I don't know what the new one is like, since I haven't been to those parts in a while, but the old Londonderry Station was perfectly representative of the city :p
 
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lxfe_mxtterz

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Aldershot. I don't know if they still are, but I recall the windows of the station building being boarded up last time I had to go there - an accurate impression of most of the buildings in the town. :lol:
 

Berliner

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I'd say Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverely are quite fitting for the cities they serve, architecturally speaking.
 

Mcr Warrior

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Coatbridge Central gives a fairly accurate impression of the town it "serves". :rolleyes:
 

Smokey Joe

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Most stations I know are fitting for the town they are in, Lincoln, Nottingham, Grimsby, Doncaster, Sheffield, York, Hull, Liverpool, Scarborough etcetera all seem in keeping with the local architecture.
The only places that won't have "accurate impression" stations are where a newer station was built in an old style town, but even Blackpool North or Yarmouth don't really look out of place.
 

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