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train station now dominates in American use, and it appears roughly as often as railway station in British writing. In spite of this, train station is sometimes seen as an Americanism or a barbarism in British usage.
place where trains stop for passengers — see railway station
- ^ "train station", "railway station", "railroad station", Google Ngrams
- ^ 2006 June 1, Peter Hitchens, "Do you speak American?", The Mail Online