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London Liverpool Street was among the stations to make their toilets free to use from Monday
Ever been caught short at a station scrambling for coins to pay for the toilet
In 2017 it was revealed that the public sector body had made ?41m in 10 years from toilet charges.The latest figures show Network Rail-run stations across the UK made ?3.1m from toilet charges in 2017-18.Independent watchdog Transport Focus said toilets were a "priority for improvement" at stations according to its research. It said scrapping charges was "a welcome step for passengers".
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Other stations run by Network Rail - including Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly and Glasgow Central - have already scrapped toilet charges. Smaller stations managed by local train operating companies may still charge for the use of facilities. Network Rail said the move was one of a number of measures to help passengers. Other improvements being made at stations include the introduction of water fountains, better and more seating, and reducing clutter on concourses.
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