These are the least-used train stations in Hampshire

The least-used train stations in Hampshire have been revealed.

Friday, 4th January 2019, 4:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 2:27 pm
Here are Hampshire's least-used train stations

The ORR (Office for Rail and Road) has released the data on stations, which are ranked according to the total number of entries and exits in 2017/18 (the number of people getting on a train added to the number of people getting off a train). London Waterloo was the UK’s busiest stations with 94,355,000 entries and exits - more than 258,000 a day.

Rowlands Castle - 125,822 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 345 a day. PPP-181212-123923003
Bedhampton - 118,606 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 325 a day. PPP-181212-123944003

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Hamble - 108,194 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 296 a day. PPP-181212-124015003
Sway - 105,652 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 289 a day.
Sholing - 104,066 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 285 a day.
Netley - 97,892 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 268 a day. PPP-181212-124035003
Bitterne - 95,832 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 263 a day. PPP-181212-123954003
Bursledon - 54,012 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 148 a day. PPP-181212-124004003
Redbridge - 42,586 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 117 a day. PPP-181212-124045003
Redbridge - 36,826 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 101 a day. PPP-181212-124025003
Warblington - 26,568 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 73 a day. PPP-181212-124115003
Beaulieu Road - 9,034 entries and exits in 2017/18 - 25 a day. PPP-181212-123934003