LaPolo11 12 / 28 Apr 3, 2016 #1The line graph illustrates commuters who travel by using train in Great Britain from 1950 to 2004/5. Overall it can be seen that there was upward trend of the passengers. In any case, london Underground became the most popular transportation mode particularly in train in the end of period.A closer to look the data by1950, both London Underground National rail network had a huge gap ( approximately 260 million user). National rail network had remained stable to next a half of decade. This figure had rocketed to a high of 1000 in next a 5-year period. Subsequently, there was a slight decrease to next twenty years period between 1955 and 1975, while the number of passenger who used London Underground almost remained unchanged approximately 700 million user.Apart from previous comparison, London Underground rose sharply from 500 to 800 during a decade period, which was equal with National rail network in that year. Interestingly, the figures of both London Underground and National rail network competed and accelerated sharply in 2000. By the end period, London Underground took over National rail network. Light rail and metro system slightly decline between 1965 and 1980, then it had upward trend from just non-passenger to 200 million. This railway journey was used as less as other railways from the beginning to the end of period.