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Alton-Winchester Line (Passenger Census)

Volume 774: debated on Monday 25 November 1968

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asked the Minister of Transport when the earliest passenger census was taken on the Alton-Winchester railway line: and how the figures compare with the most recent census.

The earliest passenger census for which details are readily available was taken in July, 1963. This showed that the daily average numbers of journeys on the line on weekdays (Monday-Friday) was 1,022. Comparable figures for more recent censuses in June and October, 1968, were 939 and 857.