Prior to 2005 at Derby there were a fleet of battery electric station mobility vehicles which brought disabled passengers or passengers with large amounts of luggage to their platform and they used a dedicated subway for crossing the tracks which was off limit to the public. When the footbridge was being re-built the subway was temporarily refurbished so that passengers could use it and although the refurbishment has now been complete the fleet of Station Mobility Vehicles have not been brought back intro service. It made me think though what stations still have station mobility vehicles? I have seen them at London Euston, Manchester Piccadilly, Liverpool Lime Street, and Glasgow Central. Do any more have them? New street may have had them before the refurbishment but I am not sure. I have noticed though as the stations that do have them their use seems to be in decline, partly I reckon due to ticket barriers. Is this correct?