Britain’s quirkiest railway stations – Travel
This week, Britain’s most unpopular railways stations were revealed, according to a survey conducted by independent rail watchdog Transport Focus. Glasgow Queen Street took the top spot.
On the other end of the spectrum, we’ve already rounded up Britain’s most beautiful stations, so this time we’re examining the most quirky and unusual ones. Some are still in use, others have been repurposed, but they all have something that makes them intriguing…
Eagle-eyed Oasis fans might recognise this whimsical Grade II listed structure from the album cover of their 1995 single Some Might Say. It was once a railway waiting room but has since been converted to a holiday cottage – highly convenient for train-spotters, with prices starting at £375 per week. Britain’s quirkiest railway stations – Travel