List of railway stations named after people

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This is a list of railway stations named after people. It details the name of the railway station, its location and eponym.

Railway station Location Country Eponym
Anderson Regional Transportation Center Woburn, Massachusetts United States James R. "Jimmy" Anderson[1]
Anzen (安善) Yokohama, Kanagawa Japan Yasuda Zenjirō (安田善次郎)
Asano (浅野) Yokohama, Kanagawa Japan Asano Sōichirō (浅野総一郎)
Bray Daly Dublin Ireland Edward Daly
Denfert-Rochereau Paris France Pierre Philippe Denfert-Rochereau
Diridon San Jose, California United States Rod Diridon (county supervisor)
Dublin Connolly Dublin Ireland James Connolly
Dublin Heuston Dublin Ireland Sean Heuston
Dublin Pearse Dublin Ireland Patrick Pearse and Willie Pearse
Dún Laoghaire/Mallin Dublin Ireland Michael Mallin
Federico Lacroze Buenos Aires Argentina Federico Lacroze
Hōkoku (方谷) Takahashi, Okayama Japan Yamada Hōkoku (山田方谷)
Joseph Scelsi Intermodal Transportation Center Pittsfield, Massachusetts United States Joseph Scelsi (state representative)
Kibi no Makibi (吉備真備) Kurashiki, Okayama Japan Kibi no Makibi (吉備真備)
Lelylaan Amsterdam Netherlands Cornelis Lely
Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza Toledo, Ohio United States Martin Luther King, Jr.
Montpellier St Roch Montpellier France Saint Roch
Moynihan (planned) New York City United States Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Musashi-Shiraishi (武蔵白石) Kawasaki, Kanagawa Japan Shiraishi Motojirō (白石元治郎)
Ogilvie Transportation Center Chicago, Illinois United States Richard B. Ogilvie
Ōkawa (大川) Kawasaki, Kanagawa Japan Ōkawa Heisaburō (大川平三郎)
Ramses Station Cairo Egypt Ramses II
Sōun no Sato Eabara (早雲の里荏原) Ibara, Okayama Japan Hōjō Sōun (北条早雲)
Tsurumi-Ono (鶴見小野) Yokohama, Kanagawa Japan Ono Shigeyuki (小野重行)
Walter Rand Transportation Center Camden, New Jersey United States Walter Rand

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Amtrak (2013–2014). "Woburn, MA". Great American Stations. Retrieved July 17, 2014.