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The older arrangement at St Pancras (not the new to accomodate Eurostar) had 7 platforms. Charing Cross had six, but was almost entirely electrical multiple units. These are the smallest of the London Termini in platform numbers. (Marylebone is also a relatively small one, and the now extinct Broad Street also had, I think, 6 platforms at most.)

For a medium-sized terminus you need to look at termini distant from London - eg sea-side towns (Penzance, Scarborough?) or towns on secondary main-lines (LMS Oxford Rewley Road - building now preserved at Bucks Railway Centre). Plenty of books about with track plans, especially the Middleton Press ones.

John Webb
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