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Discussion in 'Infrastructure & Stations' started by Eric, 20 Oct 2018.
FYI Epsom Downs changed in May, gets a half hourly service all day, even on Sundays.
I wasn't aware it used to have 9 platforms. That seems pretty excessive for a terminus in the middle of nowhere built to serve a racecourse! IIRC it was down to one before it was closed and rebuilt closer to Sutton. I remember going there when there were four platforms but only one road.
Some platforms were entirely grassed over just for race days.
Exmouth: 4 down to 1
Ambergate has lost five platforms; down from six to just one.
Ambergate has gone from 6 to 1.
Uttoxeter had quite a few and only now has two.
Didn’t realise that; thanks for the update!
How about Glasgow St Enochs 12 to zero
York had 6 Platforms culled in 1988.
Manchester Central 9 to 0.
I think you'll find Sudbury and Harrow Road and Sudbury Hill Harrow can both comfortably beat Epsom Downs on that score
And Angel Road off-peak
Now at 2tph for the May timetable change.
Aberdeen has lost a fair amount. I believe only platforms 3-7 are used when once there were 13.
Halifax originally eight? down to two.
Westbury originally four, now down to three.
Queensbury six down to zero.
If we're including closed stations, I think the record is Blackpool Central, 17 to 0.