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« on: November 25, 2021, 11:53:09 am »

How to read these lines - taking Pewsey as an example.  It had the 787th steepest drop (out of 2570 stations) across Great Britain - down 82% on the previous year, with just under 48,000 journeys made as opposed to almost 270,000 the previous year.

Note that these are April to March figures, so the year "sample" includes the deepest of lockdowns and restrictions and predates summer 2021 when some growth back was seen.


 637 DMH» (Dilton Marsh - next trains)  -83%     16,616      2,766 Dilton Marsh
 787 PEW  -82%    269,352     47,702 Pewsey
 804 SWI» (Swindon - next trains)  -82%  3,713,738    651,824 Swindon (Wilts)
 840 CPM» (Chippenham - next trains)  -81%  1,937,240    373,482 Chippenham
1059 BOA  -79%    550,720    117,522 Bradford-On-Avon
1508 SAL  -76%  1,904,276    455,306 Salisbury
1599 MKM» (Melksham (Station code) - next trains)  -75%     75,292     18,800 Melksham
1642 AVF  -74%     23,448      6,088 Avoncliff
1733 TIS(resolve)  -74%    199,464     51,562 Tisbury
1828 TRO» (Trowbridge - next trains)  -73%    917,458    252,156 Trowbridge
1836 WSB» (Westbury - next trains)  -73%    557,756    152,216 Westbury
2004 WMN» (Warminster - next trains)  -71%    355,380    103,070 Warminster
2523 DEN  -46%     23,752     12,750 Dean (Wilts)
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« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2021, 03:40:56 pm »

Nationally, after 17 yearsin the top spot, Waterloo is no longer number 1. This now goes to Stratford (London)
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