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Glasgow Central remains the busiest station in Scotland with almost 33 million passenger entries and exits in the last year, figures published today by the Office of Rail and Road reveal.

Edinburgh (23,087,646), Glasgow Queen Street (16,685,760), Paisley Gilmour Street (3,903,776) and Haymarket (2,980,386) stations made up the remainder of the top five most used stations in Scotland.
(Permalink) Glasgow CentralEdinburgh Waverley Glasgow Queen Street Haymarket ORR Office of Rail and Road Paisley Gilmour Street Station statistics

Britain's least used railway station has been revealed as Berney Arms in Norfolk, which served just 42 passengers last year.The station, a request stop consisting of one short platform, a name plate and a tiny wooden shelter, is 30 minutes along a single-track line from Norwich to Great Yarmouth, and named after a local pub that closed several years ago. Situated in protected marshland near the River Yare and some way from the nearest main road, it is normally only accessible on foot.
(Permalink) Berney Arms ORR Office of Rail and Road Station statistics


Berney Arms: Way, way out at Berney Arms station, September 2009.
Ian Dinmore /09/2009


Berney Arms: One of the most remote stations in England has to be Berney Arms on the former Yarmouth & Norwich line in the midst of the Norfolk Broads. The short-platform request stop has no road access and is otherwise acessible by foot or by boat on the River Yare. The station was named after the land owner who sold the land to the Norwich & Yarmouth Railway Co.
Ian Dinmore /09/2007

Glasgow Central remains Scotland's busiest railway station with almost 33 million passenger entries and exits in the last year, according to figures from the Office of Rail and Road (ORR).
(Permalink) ORR Office of Rail and Road Station statistics

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