The graph below shows the number of passenger railway journeys made in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004

The graph below shows the number of passenger railway journeys made in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004/5.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
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The line chart illustrates how many trips are made by commuters in three different railways in the UK during the year 1950 – 2004.

From an overall perspective, one of the most outstanding features is that there was a significant increase in the number of people using railways from 1950 to 2004. By the year 1950, the figure given for the National rail network appeared to be by far the highest one, with approximately 1,000 million, which was followed by that of London Underground. Actually, these were found to be almost 700 million.

Remarkably, the amount of passenger on National rail network had a peaked at around 1100 million in 1960 before decreased dramatically to nearly 700 million in 1980. Conversely, the figure recorde for London Underground fluctuated around 650 to 700 between 1950 and 1970, and then bottomed off 500 million in 1980 . By this final year, the number of people travelled on National railway network was significantly lower than that on London Underground, with about 900 million and over 1000 million respectively.

It is interesting to note that the light rail and metro systems carried fewer passengers than the other networks, with no more than 100 million from 1950 to 1980. However, there was a considerable rise in the number of passengers on that network for the next 24 years, to above 200 million.

The line graph compares the figures of commuters travelling by three different kinds of train in Great Britain at a ten-year interval between 1950 and 2004/5.

It can be observed that all three railway systems make an upward trend. The most highline characteristic is that journey numbers for the National rail network correspond to those for the London Underground. From 1950 to 1980s, the numbers for the former fell from approximately one billion passengers to 750 million and those for the latter showed a similar pattern dropping from 700 million to about 500 million. Thereafter, both networks leaped to the billion passenger mark in the following twenty years. In 2005/5, The National rail network and London Underground rose dramatically to a new high, accounting for 1.1 billion and 980 million, respectively.

In contrast, the light railway and metro systems had not been chosen to travel as many as the other two trains in the first 15 years, just under ten million. However, it started to recover significantly in the 1980s, growing nearly 200 million in 2004/5.

The line graph compares the average passenger travels made by three different kinds of railway in the UK from 1950 to 2004/05.

It is clear that the trend for all was upward over the period, in which National railway network remained the most popular. However, while both National rail network and London Underground experienced significant fluctuation, light rail and metro systems saw a steady rise.

In 1970, approximately 1,000 million journeys were made by National rail network, compared to only below 750 million by London Underground. Light rail and metro systems only came into use in 1963 and marked a humble start at above 20 million. For the next 17 years, in 1980, all three public service lines hit the bottom at about 625 million, 500 million and 0, respectively.

For the next 24 years, the number of National rail network and London Underground users continued to climb up, and finally reached a new peak at below 1,100 million in 2004. Likewise, the London Underground witnessed a parallel, but less pronounced, ended up at a height of under 1,000 million. The number of light rail and metro system journeys also saw a peak at about 230 million at the end of the period.

The graph displays the number of passengers travelling by 3 kinds of railway in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004/5.

The most remarkable thing is that quantity of trips made by National rail network and London underground went up and down markedly while the figure of Light rail & metro system changed moderately. In final, threes figures peak at 3 different points.

During first 10 years, number of trips made by National rail network fluctuated around 1000 millions before peaking at about 1200 . 2 decades later, the data dramatic fall and got the lowest passengers at about 620 millions. Meanwhile, people using London underground also trended to decrease and stayed at 500 after 1980. For 5 years of next period, both quantities rose quickly but reduced for 5 years next. For the rest time, there was an upward trend in 2 figures and at the end, number of travelers using National rail network and London underground climbed to 1200 millions and a fewer below 1000 respectively.

First operated after 1960, it seem to have no boom in the way people travel by Light rail & metro system. The total of passengers gradually decline to 0 in 1980 then slowly went up and peaked at nearly 200 in 2004/5

The line chart illustrates the number of the trips using National rail network, London Underground, light rail and metro systems in UK from 1950 to 2004/5.
Overall, the number of journeys made by passenger on National rail network and London Underground fluctuated while the trend for Light rail and metro systems experienced an upward trend

It is clear that between 1950 and 1960, the National rail network rose slightly from 1,000 to approximately 1,125 million passengers. However, from 1960 to the early 1980s, it declined rapidly by roughly 500 million passengers. Likewise, the London Underground remained stable in the early period and then was a considerable deterioration of 500 million passengers. During 1980 and 2004/5, National rail network and London Underground suddenly peaked at roughly 1,125 and 1,000 million passengers respectively.

By comparison, in the 1960s, the light rail and metro systems embarked on working unfavorably by carrying fewer passengers than the other two networks, no more than about 10 million during the first 15 years. However, when the other two networks went down, the number of journey made by passengers soared up, reaching around 200 million in 2004/05.

The graph provides information about how many trips were made by passengers on three railway systems in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004/5.

It is clear that the trends for all three networks are upward with the most striking feature being the similarity between the National rail network and the London Underground. For example, numbers for the former fell from approximately one billion passengers in 1950 to about 750 million in the early 1950s. Likewise, the London Underground experienced a parallel, but less pronounced, decline over the same period (from approximately 700 million to about 500 million). Thereafter, both followed a very similar pattern as they climbed towards the billion passenger mark, with the 1950$ and the early 2000s seeing the sharpest increases. The National rail network reached a high of approximately 1.1 billion passenger journeys in 2004/05.

By comparison, after their introduction in the 1960s, the light railway and metro systems carried fewer passengers than the other two networks, no more than around ten million over the first 15 years. However, in 19B0 the number of journeys made by passengers picked up, reaching nearly 200 million in 2004/05.

The graph provides information about how many trips were made by passengers on three railway systems in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004/5.

It is clear that the trends for all three networks are upward with the most striking feature being the similarity between the National rail network and the London Underground. For example, numbers for the former fell from approximately one billion passengers in 1950 to about 750 million in the early 1950s. Likewise, the London Underground experienced a parallel, but less pronounced, decline over the same period (from approximately 700 million to about 500 million). Thereafter, both followed a very similar pattern as they climbed towards the billion passenger mark, with the 1950$ and the early 2000s seeing the sharpest increases. The National rail network reached a high of approximately 1.1 billion passenger journeys in 2004/05.

By comparison, after their introduction in the 1960s, the light railway and metro systems carried fewer passengers than the other two networks, no more than around ten million over the first 15 years. However, in 19B0 the number of journeys made by passengers picked up, reaching nearly 200 million in 2004/05.

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The graph illustrates information about how many trips were made passenger on three railway systems in Great Britain between 1950 and 4/2004.

It is clear that the trends for all three networks are upward with the most dramatic feature being the similarity between the National rail network and the London Underground. For example, the number of passengers fell from approximately one million in 1950 to about 750 million in early 1980. The London underground railway experienced a parallel but less pronounced. From 1980 to 4/2004, both the National Rail and the London Underground network peaked at about 1250 million and 1000 million passengers.

By comparison, the light rail and metro system embarked on working unfavorable conditions by carrying fewer passengers than the two other networks, no more than 20 million passengers in the first 15 years. But the period of 24 next year, the passengers of the journey went up nearly 200 million passengers.

The graph illustrates about the number of voyage which used by guests in Great Britain between 1950 and 2004s.

It is pointed out that all three networks including National rail network, London Underground and Metro System suffered downward trend in the early 1980s and enjoyed upward trend in the early 2000s. For instance, there was a considerable decline in passengers of National rail network from early 1960s to 1980s and it recovered and climbed significantly in early 1990s. Similarly, London Underground has a parallel but both upward and downward period were less affected than London Underground. Hence, both networks were recognized as a same model when they rocketed to the highest number of guests in early 2000s. Meanwhile, Light rail and metro systems was more stable than others. The numbers maintained the same level around 20 years and there was a moderate growth from 1980s to 2004s.

By comparison, the light railway and metro systems carried fewer guests than the other two networks. National rail network took advantage in railway system in Great Britain and ranked as the most used network in more than 50 years since 1950s and London Underground was followed with a little bit difference.

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The graph displays the number of trips made by passengers on three railway networks in Great Britain from 1950 to 2004/5.

Generally speaking,all three systems show an upward trend.The most striking characteristic is that the journey numbers for the National rail network correspond to those for the London Underground. It is noticed that the London Underground numbers match and at times exceed the national figures. Moreover,journey numbers for the London Underground showed a similar pattern falling from approximately 700 million to 500 million. Both systems exceeded the billion passenger journey mark, with the 1980s and the early 2000s witnessing the most noticeable rises.By 2004/5,the National rail network had reached a high of around 1.1 billion passenger journeys.

By comparison,the light railway and metro systems did not have as many passenger journeys as the other two networks,no more than about ten million over 15 years.However,the number of passenger journeys went up,reaching almost 200 million in 2004/5

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