Preston Railway Station - in Popular Culture

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Preston station is mentioned obliquely in the Jethro Tull track "Cheap Day Return" on the album Aqualung, referring to a visit made by the protagonist to see his sick father.

Preston is mentioned on the map "Underground" in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

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