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"Wednesday Addams: What about trains?
Tyler Galpin: Nearest station is Burlington. It's half an hour away.
"
-Wednesday asking Tyler if trains passes to Jericho.


Burlington Station serves as a major method of transportation for both normies and outcasts. It is located 30 minutes away from Jericho.

History[]

Burlington Station was created in 1911.

After Rowan was killed, Larissa took on his form and pretended to be him in "Chapter II: Woe Is the Loneliest Number". Marilyn then drove "Rowan" to the train station so he could go home. Unbeknownst to both Marilyn and Rowan, Thing had hitch-hiked a ride on Marilyn's car. When Rowan got out of the car, Thing followed him. Larissa went to the men's bathroom and shifted into the body of a tall, white-haired man. Thing, having not witnessed this change, became confused when he went into the bathroom and couldn't find Rowan.

In "Chapter VIII: A Murder of Woes," Wednesday was expelled from Nevermore Academy. She convinced Larissa that Marilyn was the master of the hyde, and they made a plan to catch her. When Wednesday went to confront Marilyn, Marilyn revealed that she had sent Tyler to the station to prevent her from leaving Jericho.

Description[]

Station Building[]

Outside the building is a sign that says "Burlington Station Circa 1911." Inside the building, there are red benches for people to sit on. There are also vending and ATM machines.

Platform[]

The platforms have the flag of the United States hanging on the posts outside the station building. The trains themselves are black and white. There are also hanging plants and brown benches.

Inhabitants[]

Owners[]

The owner is not known.

Workers[]

It is not known who works here.

Visitors[]

Locations[]

  • Bathrooms
  • Train platforms

Quotes[]

"How do you lose him in a bathroom with no windows ?"
-Wednesday to Thing.

Appearances[]

Appears In[]

Wednesday series

Mentioned In[]

Wednesday series

Trivia[]

  • Sinaia railway station is where Burlington Station was filmed.

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