Two recent threads on stations reduced to halts and stations with excursion platforms made me wonder how many stations can be said to have been too big for their traffic. One very near me, Southport Lord Street, only had 19 arrivals per day in 1910, yet had 4 full-length platforms and a half-length bay, with a footbridge (intended for use by passengers transferring from the West Lancs. line from Preston, if it had come in along the sea front, as once planned). I never saw Leicester Belgrave Road, but from what I've read it seems to have been another case of over-optimistic provision. How many platforms did it have? And how big were Hull Cannon Street (H&B), the M&GN terminus in Norwich, Chester Northgate, Nottingham London Road, the LSW terminus in Plymouth and the various small termini in Swansea?