Nottingham station named the worst in the UK

Nottingham station voted worst in uk


Nottingham train station has been named the worst in the country by a new study.

Rail watchdog Passenger Focus asked 30,000 train passengers across the UK to rate their overall satisfaction with the train stations they used.

Nottingham station ranked bottom for cleanliness and facilities. Less than one in five passengers said they were satisfied with the shops and cafes in the station, and only around half of respondents said they they were happy with its upkeep.


Nottingham midland railway station voted worst in UK




Nottingham station is undergoing a £100 million pound revamp, which is due to finish this spring. Passengers have had to contend with disruption since Autumn 2012, according to the Nottingham Post.

A spokesman for East Midland Trains, which operates the station, told the local news service: : We know that the work taking place to rebuild Nottingham Station has had an impact on the most recent survey results." Howeve, he said he was optimistic that the new design will completely transform perceptions.

Birmingham New Street, which is also undergoing a multi-million pound refurbishment, came second bottom of the list. The highest performers were Liverpool station and London St Pancras.

See the list of the UK's worst stations below.

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The UK's worst train stations

The UK's worst train stations


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