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Railways (Service)

Volume 227: debated on Monday 28 June 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many stations or railway lines won a cup from British Rail for service to customers last year.

British Rail, in consultation with user groups and others, organises several categories of award to stations in recognition of quality and service to customers. In addition to the British Railways best station competition, there is the Glasdon award for environmental excellence, the Geoffrey Farr award for community involvement, the London Regional Passengers Committee award for best London termini, the Anglo-Irish best station award, and the Lord Mountevans trophy. A total of 24 such awards were made in 1992.