Scottish railway station is least used in Britain [BBC News]

Date: 01/12/2017

A railway station in Angus is the least used in Great Britain, new figures have revealed. Just 24 passengers travelled to or from Barry Links station in 2016/17, according to data published by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) Only two ScotRail trains stop at the station, which is unstaffed and has no facilities, each day between Monday and Saturday. The station, which opened in 1851, is located between Dundee and Carnoustie.

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Barry Links

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Only 24 passengers used Barry Links station, between Dundee and Carnoustie, in 2016/17.

ORR: Station usage estimates

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