Getting a train from a really quiet platform with nothing on it, how do I know if it is my train?!

The train platform near my boyfriend's house in Southampton is really quiet with just a shelter to wait under. There is no speaker to tell me which train is approaching and nothing to tell me exact train times. I can look up the train times on my phone but is that all I have to tell me when my train is approaching? It's quite a long way from my home and I'm really worried about getting the wrong one... As you can probably tell, I don't get the train very much! Any help would be much appreciated!
Asked Apr 02, 2013
Edited Apr 02, 2013
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