I can't see a railway station as a good place for a EV charging places as people leave their vehicles for hours and hours - I bet you would get the same cars parked at the points every day of week as they drive up to commute to work. so the general users would not get any benefit, just a few regualr early bird parkers.I have thought about buying a Hybrid car, I think that electric cars are getting better but not enough is being done about recharging points. I live in a Housing association flat, my parking spaces are in a communal area, so no chance of getting a charging point in here. Where I worked in a large main line railway station, I suggested, (when they asked for suggestions about how to improve the customer experience), fitting charging points for electric vehicles and as they ended up gaining a much bigger than intended multi story car park than was originally planned, (couldn't fit in as many spaces in next main station down the line), that they mark out some larger bays in the other car park sections for MH and vans. They wouldn't do any of it, so at the moment sticking with my diesel at 60mpg.
Difficult decision as to whos batteries and what type to get, but as you said price comes into it.
I went to the new IKEA in Reading last year and ALL the public spaces were under a height barrier! not great for a place people take vans to carry stuff away. I ended up parking in the Bus bay right in front of the store (with permission, I will add).
60MPG is decent economy - I bet the cost of ownership of your car is a lot less than an EV. I switched from Diesel to Petrol around 18 months ago when I changed my car and don't regret it at all. I would got Petrol-Electric if the costs stacked up, but right now no chance (and all Electric in an sensibly affordable format doesn't exist - I am looking to save my wallet more than the planet!)