Too much time on my hands and whilst normally the sighting of 'Station Road' can bring the site of a railway or ex railway I have come across a few oddballs where Station Road doesnt lead to a station. Swanwick station (Hampshire) is on Duncan Road, there is a Station Road in the town but that doesnt go directly to the station. Worthing (Sussex) has a station Road thats nowhere near the station but in that case its because they moved the station westwards albeit 150+ years ago but never bothered renaming the road. The weirdest I know of is in Loxwood (West Sussex) which has a Station Road about 500 yds long before it changes name but as far as I know never had any proposed railway although it does head to Bucks Green which then, via a couple of other roads, does eventually get to Rudgewick (about 5 miles away) which did have a railway station. Any other examples of spurious Station Roads and specifically does anyone know why there is a short stretch in Loxwood called Station Road. I suppose a few developments based on the promise of a railway back in the 19th century may have lead to some optimistic Station Roads so I wonder if there are any other examples ?