Relief at last: toilet charges suspended at two London train stations

Relief at last: toilet charges suspended at two London train stations

Decision to axe 50p fee at Victoria and Charing Cross understood to be goodwill gesture after rail service disruption

Toilet charges at two of London’s busiest stations have been scrapped after passengers paid out thousands to spend a penny.

The 50p fee to use the toilet facilities at Victoria station and Charing Cross has been temporarily suspended, Network Rail said.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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