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  • shermer75
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    Highway to Rhyl by ACDC

    Back in Blackfriars

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    St Ives isn’t closed, regular service on a branch line from St Erth.

    Just in case you’re serious, we’re talking about St Ives, Cambridgeshire, not the other one.

    Seven Seas of Rye…….Queen

    spuddle
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    Great Cynics – Back To Hackney
    [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnmefN0dV4s[/video]

    “so I got the northbound train to Junction.”
    and has bicycles in the video.

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    Just in case you’re serious, we’re talking about St Ives, Cambridgeshire, not the other one.

    😳

    St Ives was still a valid answer though!

    razorrazoo
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    [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=wPIMr42FuQI[/video]

    mrmoofo
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    Highgate to Hell – AC/DC

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    Is the OP referring to Railway Stations? IIRC Train Stations only exist in America …

    DenDennis
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    In similar vain – St John’s Wood is the only London station to contain none of the letters from the word “mackerel”.

    as this is STW, i’ll FTFY 😉

    “Mill Hill Self-Hate Club” by The Times/Edward Ball.

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    CountZero – Member

    Rudy, by Supertramp. Cue Paddington station announcer:
    “The 19.45 train to Bristol Temple Meads will depart from platform three, calling at Reading, Didcot, Swindon, Chippenham, Bath Spa and Bristol Temple Meads. Passengers for Ramsey, change at Didcot”
    There’s eight main-line stations right there.

    First song I thought of when I saw this thread title.

    downgrade
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    Some actual ones:
    -Waverley Steps (Roddy Woomble)
    -Polmont on my Mind(Glasvegas)

    A dubious Glasgow/W Scotland list:
    – Alexandria Leaving (Leonard Cohen)
    – The Yoker (Steve Miller Band)
    – Waltzing Fort Matilda (trad.)
    – Sad But Troon (Metallica)
    and finally
    – It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Croy (Dylan)

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    A little tour of NW London:

    Willesden Green by The Kinks
    From Willesden to Cricklewood – Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros
    Cricklewood song – by Christy Moore
    Kilburn Towers – the Bee Gees
    Queens Park Rangers by The Loftus Roadrunners from 1977- The best football song ever written IMHO and a great video to go with it:
    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvJex6ceEGQ[/video]

    BASTID! 😉
    we had a railway in devizes,but alas like many other places,he closed them all down.

    i could have written a ditty about devizes railway station.

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    The Wurzels – I’ll never get a scrumpy here: “..you never get surprises livin’ in Devizes”
    (apart from when they took the station away)

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