A train station in Angus has retained the dubious honour of being the least visited in Scotland.
Only 54 passengers travelled to or from Barry Links in the last year, according to data published by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR).
The station keeps the crown for the least used north of the border, despite a 116% jump in the amount of passengers.
However, locals have argued that the numbers could be skewed because many passengers buy tickets for Carnoustie, but get off at Barry.
The station, which opened in 1851, is located between Dundee and Carnoustie.
British Steel Redcar, a station in North Yorkshire which was set up to serve a massive steelworks site, is now the least visited in Britain with just 40 passengers.
The ORR stats show that the second biggest decrease in use in Scotland was at the Balmossie station in Angus which is down 48% on last year (from 1,364 passengers to 698).
The Invershin station in Highland isn’t far behind with a decrease of 47%.
Breich in West Lothian is the second worst performing in Scotland, with 102 passengers, followed by Scotscalder in the Highlands with 182 and Kildonan with 206.
Two other Angus stations make the bottom 20 for Scotland. Golf Street is sixth on the list with 268 passengers, although that’s a big increase from 104 in 2016/17.
And Balmossie makes the list at number 17, with a 698 visitors – a drop from 1,364.