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1. Railroad Stations, Azerbaijan, 2012

2012. International Steering Committee for Global Mapping and Azerbaijan. State Committee Land and Cartography. This point shapefile represents railroad stations in Azerbaijan. This layer is part of Global Map version 2. The Global Map Azerbaijan version 2 wa... International Steering Committee for Global Mapping.

2. Railroad Stations, Jordan, 2012

2012. International Steering Committee for Global Mapping and Sāzmān-i Naqshahʹbardārī-i Kishvar. This point shapefile represents railroad stations in Jordan. The Global Map Jordan version 1 was developed from Tourist Map of Jordan 2005 at 1:750... International Steering Committee for Global Mapping.

3. Railroad Stations, Pakistan, 2012

2012. International Steering Committee for Global Mapping and Survey of Pakistan. This point shapefile represents railroad stations in Pakistan. This layer is part of Global Map version 2. The drainage and Transportation layers v... International Steering Committee for Global Mapping.

4. Railroad stations, Senegal, 2012

2012. International Steering Committee for Global Mapping and Senegal. Ministère de l'équipement, du logement et des transports. This point shapefile represents railroad stations in Senegal. The Global Map Senegal drainage version 2.0 was developed by using the Global Map Sen... International Steering Committee for Global Mapping.

5. Railroad and Bus Passenger Stations of the United States, 2012

2012. National Atlas of the United States. This point shapefile shows Amtrak intercity railroad and bus passenger terminals in the United States. There are no Amtrak stations in Alaska or Ha... National Atlas of the United States.

6. 2012 New York City Train Stations

2012. GIS Lab, Newman Library, Baruch CUNY. This point layer is an extract from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's (MTA) stops files for Metro North and the Long Island Railroad (LIR... Newman Library (Bernard M. Baruch College).