Toilets at three of England's busiest stations are to become free to use as a "long-overdue Christmas present for passengers", Network Rail has said.
It currently costs 30 or 40p to spend a penny at Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester Piccadilly and Leeds.
However, from 17 December, toilets will be free for passengers to use thanks to a £15m boost announced by Rail Minister Andrew Jones.
A spokesman said it was the "first" of a number of planned improvements.
In the year 2016/17, Network Rail received £4.8m from the stations that charge for using toilets.
That was down from 2015/16, in which £5.4m was paid by passengers using toilets.