Towns not cities with 3 or more stations

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Blackpool has 5 stations covered by the unitary authority area; Blackpool North, Layton, Blackpool South, Blackpool Pleasure Beach and Squires Gate.
 

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Colchester (North, Town [St Botolphs] & Hythe).

Ipswich if you count Westerfield as part of Ipswich.

And stretching even further, Harwich, Dovercourt & Parkeston Quay (Harwich International)
 

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and the winner is.....Greenock, with NINE stations.
Not sure about nine!

Greenock (7) - Cartsdyke, Greenock Central, Greenock West, Fort Matilda, Whinhill, Drumfrochar, Branchton

Coatbridge (5) - Coatbridge Sunnyside, Blairhill, Coatbridge Central, Whifflet, Kirkwood

Paisley (4) - Paisley Gilmour Street, Paisley St James, Paisley Canal, Hawkhead

Falkirk (3) - Falkirk High, Falkirk Grahamston and Camelon
 

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Not sure if this counts but Torbay unitary authority includes Torre, Torquay, Paignton, Goodrington Sands and Churston.
 

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Extending to Borough Councils/Unitary Authorities is a little dodgy.*

Gateshead is an odd one: excluding those around the edge of Gateshead Borough, it has three - Dunston, MetroCentre and Heworth - but none serving the town centre!


*but if we're doing that then Barrow-in-Furness has 4: Dalton, Roose, Barrow, Askam
 

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Middlesbrough has 5: Middlesbrough, South Bank, Marton, Gypsy Lane and Nunthorpe.

Perhaps even more remarkably, Redcar has 3: British Steel Redcar, Redcar Central and Redcar East.
 
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