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And the least used railway station in Britain is...

No ticket machines, but bicycle facilities available

Barry Links station.

Barry Links station.

A railway station in Angus, Scotland, is the least used in Britain, new figures show.

Just 24 passengers travelled to or from Barry Links in 2016/17, according to data published by the Office of Rail and Road.

The unstaffed station on the line between Dundee and Carnoustie is served by just one ScotRail train a day in each direction, Monday to Saturday. There are no ticket machines, toilets or CCTV system, but there are facilities for bicycle parking.

The station, which opened in 1851, is located between Dundee and Carnoustie.

London Waterloo maintained its title as Britain's busiest station for the 14th consecutive year.

Some 99.4 million passengers used the station in the past year, up by more than 250,000 on 2015/16.

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