Talk:Bingham Road Halt railway station

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Proposed move[edit]

Surely this article should be Bingham Road railway station and not Bingham Road railway halt. Naming conventions dictate that it should end in 'railway station', and I think we should honour them. Kevin Steinhardt (talk) 09:10, 4 June 2009 (UTC)

Surely nothing is dictated surely in WP, but the naming of Halt articles does need standardising. A look through List of closed railway stations in London shows a right mish-mash. Presumably "Halt" was written on nameboards and in timetables but "railway station" isn't so I'd suggest the articles should be "X Z Halt railway station" showing it to be a Halt and a railway station (though that is omitted, against that Diktat, where LU and buses also gather.) If this doesn't develop into an interminable WP argument, you choose and I'll try to get those in that list to comply.--SilasW (talk) 09:55, 4 June 2009 (UTC)