charge Tube station Commuters nip to the loo Underground deter troublemakers passengers Toilet Turnstiles safety cleanliness transport hard-wearing payment access controlA new toilet charge has been put in place at a Tube station. Commuters needing to nip to the loo before catching their Underground train will have to cough up 20p at Northfields station after it was decided to introduce a charge to deter troublemakers. The nominal sum was brought in at the station in Northfield Avenue a few weeks ago. Tube authorities pointed out that since the 20p charge was implemented toilets have been both cleaner and safer for passengers.

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