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railway station
▪ It is in this respect that the role of the railway station has been most dramatically transformed.
▪ Mr Samra said the brand-new motorbike was left near the crowded Dadar railway station in central Bombay.
▪ Start at the Bahnhofstrasse, leading from the main railway station towards the Paradeplatz and the lake.
▪ They spent those few days in Blackpool and she last saw him as he left for duty from Chester railway station.
▪ Wainfleet, unlike most market towns in East Lindsey, actually has a railway station in use.
▪ When Oxford railway station was refurbished three years ago, it was criticised for its lack of disabled facilities.
railway station

n. (context British English) A place where trains stop for passengers to embark and disembark.

railway station

n. terminal where trains load or unload passengers or goods [syn: railroad station, railroad terminal, train station, train depot]