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station house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Police
station houseˈstation ˌhouse noun [countable] American English old-fashioned  SCPthe local office of the police in a town, part of a city etc syn police station
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station houseIt had a station house and station master.Then the whole thing becomes station house gossip.Horderley, Plowden and Eaton were grander, each with a red brick station house.They found that the track-bed was still in good condition and that the well-preserved station house was inhabited by a local shepherd.We walked through the station house and stood outside the door for a moment scanning the dark village.The little Victorian station house stood there mellow in the sun, with tubs of flowers adding to the colourful scene.
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