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Are we counting former train stations here? If so, Manhattan Transfer in Harrison, New Jersey would have fit the bill. In 1910, the Pennsylvania Railroad, whose trains originally ran to a waterfront terminal in Jersey City, opened a new branch running under the Hudson River to a new station in Manhattan itself; the tunnels under the Hudson and to the ...


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Although it's not exactly a train station, Cornbrook tram stop did not allow passenger entry or exit from the platforms when it opened in 1999. It was only used to change between two lines on the Manchester Metrolink. The surrounding area consisted of derelict buildings and junkyards squeezed between the Ship Canal and a major road, so anyone leaving the ...


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Depending on how you draw the line between a station and a platform, the Pittsburgh/Bay Point transfer platform that's part of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in the San Francisco area arguably qualifies. It's a transfer point between two rail technologies that has no non-emergency entrance/exit except by rail. The main BART system is an electric ...


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Smallbrook Junction on the Isle of Wight is the only open example I can think of in the UK currently* served by trains on the national network (ie ignoring heritage railways). Lympstone Commando (formerly accessible to folks with business with the military base) now has a footpath I believe, and Redcar British Steel (accessible only to employees of the ...


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