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Survivors in a farmhouse (NOT Night of the living dead!)

A b&w film, probably 40s or 50s where a group of people are waiting in a farmhouse, in the countryside, for a train to come for them. There's been some sort of war or apocalypse. Must of been at least 25years ago when I watched it (so it must have been on television in the uk). I think the whole film takes place in the farmhouse and the garden/yard. As the film gets nearer the end they can hear the train (or whatever it is?) getting closer.
asked Mar 2, 2017 in Name That Movie by acac13 (7 points)
Thanks, but no, that's not it. (I'm gonna give that a watch though!). I think the one I'm talking about is a little bit older
Another guess (probably not the one):
"Day the World Ended"?
Nope.thanks again though. I think it was British, not certain though
As long as we're taking wild guesses here...

"Went the Day Well?"
No, thanks