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Find out how we tackle graffiti on the railway and what you can do to report it
Creating graffiti is dangerous and can lead to train delays, especially if people go onto the tracks. They can also be fined up to £1,000 for trespassing on the railway.
Read how trespass and vandalism causes delays - and how we're tackling the problem.
We spend more than £3.5 million a year removing graffiti – money which could be better spent improving the railway.
If you see graffiti on the railway, please report it to us.
We are responsible for remove graffiti that is on or near the railway track or at the following stations:
To report graffiti on the railway or at the above stations please get in touch with us
All other stations are managed by train companies. To report graffiti please contact the train company directly.
For areas outside railway land, contact your local council.
When you report graffiti to us, we’ll respond to it as quickly as we can.
While we try to remove all graffiti, we prioritise work to make remove graffiti that affects safety first. We aim to remove offensive graffiti within 24 hours.
Our teams prioritise removal in the following order:
We use a number of different methods to prevent graffiti including:
If you have a concern or question, call our 24-hour helpline:
03457 11 41 41
or contact us online