Recently, coming into Euston Station on my way home from London to Staffordshire, I glanced at the frontages of the old lodges, which face Euston Road. The square, stone lodges are the last bit of the old Victorian part of Euston Station (and now house a small bar).
On the sides of the lodges are listed the names of all the towns that you can reach directly from Euston - including the likes of Glasgow, and so on.
I was surprised to see the name of Burton there. Burton's rail link is now simply on a provincial line between Birmingham and Derby - there is no direct connection to Euston.
It just shows how old these lodges are!