Top 10 busiest train stations report increase in passengers

Britain's busiest railway stations are becoming ever more crowded, according to official figures.

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All the top 10 busiest stations reported an increase in passengers in the last financial year.

The number of people using stations across Britain in 2012 to 2013 rose 3.3%, the statistics from the Office of Rail Regulation show.

The top 10 busiest stations based on the estimated number of exits and entrances to a station during 2012/13 are:

  • Waterloo in London - increase of 1.9% - 96 million
  • Victoria in London - increase of 1.6% - 77.34 million
  • Liverpool Street London - increase of 2.4% - 58.45 million.
  • Euston in London - increase of 4.9% - 38.3 million.
  • Birmingham New Street - increase of 2.7% - 32.09 million
  • Glasgow Central - increase of 2.2% - 27.18 million.
  • Leeds - increase of 4.6% - 26.2 million
  • Manchester Piccadilly - increase of 1.0% - 23.15 million
  • Brighton - increase of 0.8% - 16.18 million
  • Liverpool Central and Liverpool Lime Street - decrease - 4.9%