Portal:Trains/Featured picture/Week 36, 2005

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Passengers waiting for the first trains of the day at the Indian Railways train station in Varanasi.

A train station, or railroad station (American English), or railway station (British English), is a point of call for trains, allowing the loading or unloading of goods, or allowing passengers to board and alight. Early stations were usually built with both passenger and goods facilities. This dual purpose is less common today, and in many cases goods facilities are restricted to major stations.

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