Hello there, I have collated how many services each station gets per week (passenger calls), taking into consideration reduced services on Sundays. I can't promise every figure is exact (realtimetrains spits out different numbers on a day by basis for some stations as the VAR and STP services fluctuate) but the figures are a very good guide. From this, I have worked out on average how many entrances and exits (E&E) for each service at each station. You can question the methodology, but again I think it's a good rough guide. I have not included interchange figures, just entrances and exits. Example... Harrow-On-The-Hill 487 services per week 69.57 services on average per day (487 ÷ 7) 2,518,034 entries and exits last year according to official figures That makes 6,917 entries and exits per day (2,518,034 ÷ 364 days) 6,917 E&E per day ÷ 69.57 services per day = 99.43 passengers per service Random things that pop out at me... Bath Spa, 142 services per day, 6,395,694 E&E last year vs Ford, 186 services per day, 114,594 E&E last year Harrow-On-The-Hill, 69 services per day, 2,518,034 E&E last year vs Bishopstone, 74 services per day, 33,686 E&E last year I attach the spreadsheet with the figures, I hope some of you might find it interesting and you can compare how many services your station gets in comparison to others. Edit: I believe some of the very small stations are reporting 1 less service than in reality. i.e. Clifton should be 12, not 11. I can see how that's happened but it would be too much effort to fix it on a Sunday evening!