Platform

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North Boondall Railway Station - Services By Platform
... Platform 1 Ipswich Line – all stations and peak hour express services to the City and Corinda/Ipswich (weekdays) South Bank – all stations to the City and South Bank (weekends/public holidays ...
Dobbs Ferry (Metro-North Station) - Platforms and Tracks
... This station has two high-level side platforms each eight cars long ... The west platform next to Track 4 is generally used by southbound or Manhattan-bound trains ... The east platform next to Track 3 is generally used by northbound or outbound trains ...
Kenley Railway Station - Station Access
... The platforms are below road level, with the brick ticket office (open for most of the day until late evening) on the up side along with a self-service ticket machine ... self-service ticket machine is located outside the entrance to Platform 2 ... through the booking hall entrance enable access to the up platform (Platform 1), as well as a fully accessible side-entrance ramp ...
Kenley Railway Station - Station Buildings and History
... On Platform 2 stands a gabled Grade II listed building station house in the "Old English style of Domestic Architecture" (architect Richard Whittall) and similar to the original ... Ticket Office was built on the opposite Platform at road level, and the original building became the Station Master's House ... The original SER timber-built waiting shelter on Platform 2 was demolished in more recent times due to disrepair and has been replaced with a small modern ...
Platform - Other
... Automobile platform, a set of components shared by several vehicle models Platform (economics), an intermediary between two or more sides of a market Platform, meaning plan of action, scheme or design ...

Famous quotes containing the word platform:

    Do you know I believe that [William Jennings] Bryan will force his nomination on the Democrats again. I believe he will either do this by advocating Prohibition, or else he will run on a Prohibition platform independent of the Democrats. But you will see that the year before the election he will organize a mammoth lecture tour and will make Prohibition the leading note of every address.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    I have never yet spoken from a public platform about women in industry that someone has not said, “But things are far better than they used to be.” I confess to impatience with persons who are satisfied with a dangerously slow tempo of progress for half of society in an age which requires a much faster tempo than in the days that “used to be.” Let us use what might be instead of what has been as our yardstick!
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    I have rather a strange objection to talking from the back platform of a train.... It changes too often. It moves around and shifts its ground too often. I like a platform that stays put.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)