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 Have you ever pulled the alarm chain on a train. In order to get a non-stopping train to stop at your station?

Answer What a stupid idea. All you would achieve would be to delay all the trains behind the one you were on whilst the emergency stop was investigated and the brakes reset, a knock on effect which would ... Read More »
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Is it possible to travel to any city in the u.k by train from any train station in the u.k?

If you mean without changing trains - no.Otherwise, you can certainly buy a ticket from any station in Great Britain to any other station in Great Britain, and I think you can buy train tickets bet... Read More »
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Do you have to stop at train tracks if no train is coming?

While I cannot disagree with the other answers... use common sence... slow down or stop where there is no stop sign... you get rear ended because of your actions.... they may be at fault but won't ... Read More »
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F red train returns every 45 mn, and blue train returns every 60 mn, if both trains leave the station together?

If a train station is where the train stops and a bus station is where the bus stops, what is a work station?

But the station is also where the train departs and the bus departs. Unless it's a terminal, where no one departs. But a station and a depot are two different things. So is a depot and a despot.... Read More »
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