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The UK's busiest stations – how many in London?

by LLB Editor
16th Dec 15 11:39 am

Running late (through no fault of your own) first thing in the morning is the last thing you want.

But if you’re a commuter travelling through one of the Britain’s busiest stations, this is everyday life for you.

According to the ‘top of the stops’ report released by the Office of Rail and Road, nine of the 10 busiest stations are in London.

Waterloo topped this list with over 99 million passenger exits and entries in 2014-2015.

Take a look at the top 10 busiest stations based on the total number of passenger exits and entries:

  1. Waterloo, Greater London: 99,201,604
  2. Victoria, Greater London: 85,337,996
  3. Liverpool Street, Greater London: 63,631,246
  4. London Bridge, Greater London: 49,517,854
  5. Charing Cross, Greater London: 42,978,890
  6. Euston, Greater London: 42,952,298
  7. Paddington, Greater London: 35,724,684
  8. Birmingham New Street, West Midlands: 35,312,788
  9. King’s Cross, Greater London: 31,346,862
  10. Stratford, Greater London: 30,974,204


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