A geoff marshall video on southeastern (This makes me think.... Glasgow Queen Street is small enough, with long enough platforms, that one could see 1 vehicle in Platform 1, two in Platform 2, and so forth up to seven in Platform 7. Has this ever happened, either at Glasgow Queen Street or elsewhere?
Obviously it's trivial with something like the Heart of Wales line, where one-car DMUs routinely call at single-platform stations. But what's the largest station where this is possible?
Waterloo will almost certainly have had a 455 or 450 (both four cars) on platform 4; two three-car 159s on platform 6; two 450s on platform 8; three 159s on platform 9; two five-car 444s on platform 10; three 450s on platform 12.
Other possibilities are two 159s and one two-car 158 on platform 8; one 455 and one two-car 456 on platform 6; two 455s on platform 8; two 455s and one 456 on platform 10 (455s and 456s are usually only on platforms 1 to 5 and the Windsor line platforms); one 159 and two 158s on platform 7. It's not impossible to have had a 444, a 458 or 707 (all 5 cars) on platform 5, but pretty unlikely as 444s are usually on the main fast services, and I've yet to see a single 458 or 707 in service. Two 707s or 458s on platform 10 isn't impossible, but they're usually on platforms 1 to 5 and the Windsor line platforms.
I once saw a 450 and 444 combination on an up fast; whether it went on platform 9 I don't know.
Hunts Cross, Southport, Moorfields, Liverpool Central, James Street, Hamilton Square all have platform 3s which regularly see 3 coaches!
Liverpool South Parkway has a platform 2 that often sees 2 cars, occasionally a 4 coach on platform 4 an quite often a 6 on platform 6!