Stickey End

Stickey End is an imaginary small branch terminus in the south of England. Originally built by a Victorian industrialist to serve his private estate, it was mainly used in the steam era by Londoners escaping into the countryside.

The station, which is based on the old Merton Park Station building still existing adjacent to the modern Croydon Tramlink stop, has a passenger platform and a short goods bay. There is a small platform-mounted signal box, which also controls a level crossing. Beyond this, the line disappears into a tunnel under the North Downs on its way to join the main line.