(You can see the earlier rail quizzes by searching the archives of this blog).
What property do these stations have in common (although the last two will lose this property in the near future?)
Note: pictures here are the copyright of the respective photographers.
And this station had the same property until the 1990s:
THE ANSWER: These are not junctions in the true sense, but places where a line on one gauge terminates and a line on another gauge starts.
Udaipur City: BG/MG for the last 10 years, soon to become full BG.
Balgona: BG/NG for the last few years, soon to become full BG.
Parli Vaijnath: BG/MG until about 1990, then full BG.
These are not to be confused with NJP, Siliguri, Pathankot, Neral and other junctions where trains leave in 3 or more directions. In the above examples trains leave in only 2 directions.