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Oxford dictionary definition of the word station:
1a place where passenger trains stop on a railway line, typically with platforms and buildings:
a railway station
a bus or coach station.
2 [usually with modifier] a place or building where a specified activity or service is based:
a research station in the rainforest
coastal radar stations
a small military base, especially of a specified kind:
a naval station
North American a subsidiary post office.
Australian/NZ a large sheep or cattle farm.
3 [with modifier] a company involved in broadcasting of a specified kind:
a radio station
4the place where someone or something stands or is placed on military or other duty:
the lookout resumed his station in the bow
[count noun] dated one’s social rank or position:
Karen was getting ideas above her station
different stations in life
5chiefly Botany a site at which a particular species, especially an interesting or rare one, grows or is found.
6short for Stations of the Cross.
[with object and adverbial of place]
put in or assign to a specified place for a particular purpose, especially a military one:
troops were stationed in the town
a young girl had stationed herself by the door
Middle English (as a noun): via Old French from Latin statio(n-), from stare ‘to stand’. Early use referred generally to ‘position’, especially ‘position in life, status’, and specifically, in ecclesiastical use, to ‘a holy place of pilgrimage (visited as one of a succession’). The verb dates from the late 16th century