Dr Tim Jupp
Lecturer in Mathematics

College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences
University of Exeter

 

 

 


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This page contains my visualisation of railway station usage in Great Britain.

Follow the links below for two maps showing the trends in railway station usage in the UK. Data source: ORR

Both maps can be zoomed and dragged.
Hover cursor over station to get current (2018) usage figures.
Click on each station to see a time-series graph of usage.
The colour of each station indicates trend.
Red and orange indicate negative growth.
Light yellow indicates ~zero growth.
Blue indicates high levels of growth.

Map 1: 'Long term' trend 1998 - 2018

Nearly all stations saw long-term growth 1998 - 2018 (dark blue), but noticeable areas of long term decline (orange and red) include:

Skegness line
Barton-on-Humber line


Map 2: 'Recent' trend 2015 - 2018

Most stations have seen recent growth 2015 - 2018 (blue), but noticeable exceptions (orange and red) include:

Southern (strike affected)
Aberdeen - Inverness
Cumbrian Coast
Settle - Carlisle (Northern end landslip affected)