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Please advise which is correct: London's station or London station.
Last edited by Nataliap700; 28-Nov-2010 at 22:19.
Of the two, London station is the more correct. However, since London has a number of stations, nobody would ever refer to "London Station".
Originally Posted by Nataliap700
In fact, it's rare to even use the word "station" in London, we just say, "We'll be arriving at Euston (or Waterloo or Paddington etc)"
If a city or town has only one station, then we do use "station".........
"I'll meet you at Preston station at 5.30".
Incidentally, although more and more people in the UK are using the phrase "train station", correct BrE requires "railway station".
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