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Find out how we tackle graffiti on the railway and what you can do to report it
We spend more than £3.5 million a year removing graffiti – money which could be better spent improving the railway.
Creating graffiti is dangerous – especially if you go onto the tracks – and attracts a fine of up to £1,000 for trespassing on the railway.
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 sure those areas where it affects safety are tackled first.
Our teams tackle graffiti in the following order:
We use a number of different methods to prevent graffiti including:
If you want to know more about how we deal with graffiti on the railway, or want to report an incident, please get in touch with us.
We remove graffiti on or near the railway track as well as at the following stations, which are run by Network RailBirmingham New Street Cannon Street Charing Cross Edinburgh Waverley Euston Fenchurch Street Glasgow Central King’s Cross Leeds Liverpool Lime Street Liverpool Street London Bridge Manchester Piccadilly Paddington
St Pancras InternationalVictoria Waterloo
To report graffiti at any of these locations please get in touch with us
At other stationsThe remaining 2,500 railway stations are managed by the train operating companies.
If you want to report graffiti at any of these stations please contact your local station's ticket office Areas outside the railway:To report graffiti which is not on the railway or one of its stations, you will need to contact your local authority