When the train stations were built in Oxford, the original plans called for them to be built in a series of buildings on a raised platform, which would have been impractical for large-scale construction.
The original plans were for them all to be connected to a network of track lines that would run along the Thames.
But these plans never materialised, so the new plans were to be much more modern.
The new stations will be built on the site of the old Oxford and Dumfarid railway stations, which were constructed in the mid-1800s.
The train stations will sit in the middle of a new railway line, which will run alongside the old railway lines, which have been rebuilt.
The line, called the Thames Link, will link the old station buildings to the new railway lines.
The Oxford and Dunbar station, which was built between 1877 and 1908, and the Dumfriesshire station between 1911 and 1913, have already been demolished, and they are now being used as office space.
The Oxford and Duntar station was originally the home of the Oxford and Dundee Railway.
The new station will be the first to be the home to both.
The station will also be the centrepiece of the new Oxford and Dulwich railway line.
There are plans for a number of other new stations to be constructed around the country.
The first, to be named St Pauls Station, is due to open in 2020.
St Paul’s will be part of a planned extension of the existing railway line between Oxford and the Midlands.
St Paul’s is the largest of the six new stations planned for Oxfordshire.
It will also have the largest number of platforms and train cars.
The station will include a new, more modern-looking terminal and a new car park.
It will also house a new restaurant.
It is not known when St Paul will open.