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List of fictional railway stations

This is a list of fictional railway stations, (as opposed to genuine railway stations portrayed in fictional works or context)

Branch line

England

Borsetshire

Buckinghamshire

Cambridgeshire

Cornwall

Devon

Dorset

Lake District

Lancashire

Norfolk

Somerset

Sussex

Yorkshire

Unknown

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

United States

Main line

England

Barsetshire

Borsetshire

Cambridgeshire

Essex

Greater London

Kent

Norfolk

  • Eastbeach - The Iron Way by C.M. Hincks (London: Nisbet & Co. Ltd, 1920)
  • Eastwich - The Iron Way by C.M. Hincks (London: Nisbet & Co. Ltd, 1920)
  • Marford Junction - The Iron Way by C.M. Hincks (London: Nisbet & Co. Ltd, 1920)
  • Southmouth - The Iron Way by C.M. Hincks (London: Nisbet & Co. Ltd, 1920)
  • Tranbridge Junction - The Iron Way by C.M. Hincks (London: Nisbet & Co. Ltd, 1920)

Somerset

Trumptonshire

Tyne and Wear

Yorkshire

Unknown

Scotland

Wales

United States

Kansas

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

New Mexico

Texas

Stations in unidentified states

Austria

Other

Monorail stations

Europe

United States

Tube stations

Main article: List of London Underground-related fiction

Stations on atmospheric railways

Island of Sodor

See:

See also

Sources

  • The London Underground in Film and TV

Further reading

  • Huntley, John Railways in the Cinema. London: Ian Allan ISBN 0-7110-0115-4
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