Which one is correct ? 
1) A crowd of people stands at the railway station .  
2) A crowd of people stand at the railway station . 

In the given sentence, 'a crowd of people' refers to the people as individuals. They will take a plural verb.
A crowd of people stand at the railway station.

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2)A crowd of people stand at the railway station.
This is the correct answer. Like please.
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2."A crowd of people stand at the railway station " is correct.
Because here we are referring to " a crowd of people " and such collective noun is always accompanied by a verb in its original form I.e " stand ".
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