Talk:Side platform

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New article Split platform[edit]

The article Split platform has been created, it is currently proposed for deletion as only an unreferenced dictionary definition, but may be possible to merge, or at least included in this article if a reference can be found, as mentions of split platforms in other articles appear to refer to a subtopic of side platforms. —Snigbrook 13:54, 26 January 2009 (UTC)

For what reason are these ever used in elevated systems[edit]

They do nothing but make it a hassle, especially for new users who don't know which side to be on. Is there an advantage I'm not thinking of? Daniel Christensen (talk) 21:44, 17 November 2011 (UTC)