Infographics and images
On this page you will find a list of all the infographics and images we have published.
Our image library is now available on Flickr the online photo management and sharing application at: www.flickr.com/photos/railandroad/albums/. Our photographs include imagery of engineering and track works, freight, level crossings, train stations and ticketing, highways and motorways and National Traffic Operating Centres.
You are free to use them under the Creative Commons licence Attribution-NoDerivs. This is defined as “The license allows for redistribution, commercial and non-commercial, as long as it is passed along unchanged and in whole, with credit to ORR.” Find out more
You can also find our infographics and high resolution versions of the Office of Rail and Road logo.
Who we are and what we do
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175 years making Britain's railways safer
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An overview of the British rail industry - who does what
This diagram is intended to be a general rather than comprehensive overview of the rail industry for illustrative purposes only. Therefore, not every single element may be necessarily included. The overview reflects the industry as of February 2016.
'Better health is happening'
Enhancements cost adjustment mechanism (ECAM)
Estimates of station usage
- 2016-17 top 10 stations
- 2016-17 top 5 stations in Scotland
- 2016-17 top 5 stations in Wales
- Station usage interactive graphs
GB rail industry financial information
GB financials 2014-15
- Money flows in the rail industry JPG.
GB financials 2013-14
GB financials 2012-13
- GB rail industry financial information 2012-13 - full infographic - download the PDF . PDF, 184 Kb
- Industry income, expenditure and Government funding (2012-13) - download the JPG.
How does ORR regulate?
Keeping Britain's railways safe
Our infographic on health and safety on Britain's railways in 2014-15.
Network Rail Monitor
This document is part of how we hold Network Rail to account. It sets out how we think Network Rail is doing in delivering its obligations to its customers and funders, and highlights any areas of concern.
What does Network Rail need to deliver by April 2019?
Periodic review 2018 (PR18) timeline
The timetable, process and explanatory of the PR18's key elements.
- PR18 timeline (JPG)
Regional rail usage
Track access factsheet
How we make our decisions on track access and what factors we consider when making those decisions: