Network Rail are scrapping the toilet charge across the mainline UK stations.
Thanks to hundreds of customers expressing anger of the fees - which ranged from 30p to 50p - the company has now revealed by 2019, passengers will be able to use a toilet without having to pay, The Sun Online reported.
Last year, Network Rail racked up a whopping £4.8 million alone on just the toilet charges - which equals out on an average of £400,000 a month.
Anthony Smith, the watchdog's chief executive, said: ''This will be really welcomed. It is a key priority for improvement of stations according to our research and will signal the end of fumbling around in your pocket for change to spend a penny.''