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Busiest Railway Stations in The Midlands, England

Based off of recorded entries and exits to stations in 2017-18, can you name the 20 busiest railway stations in the Midlands of England?
Source - https://orr.gov.uk/statistics/published-stats/station-usage-estimates (All stations without the region marked as "East Midlands" or "West Midlands" were removed)
Only covers National Rail stations. Any metro / tram / subway system stations will not be in the answers.
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Last updated: September 20, 2019
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No. of Passenger Entries / Exits
Station
43,741,712
Birmingham New Street
7,858,974
Nottingham
7,558,210
Coventry
6,664,422
Birmingham International
6,642,412
Birmingham Moor Street
5,392,710
Leicester
4,993,372
Wolverhampton
4,443,064
Birmingham Snow Hill
4,089,076
Derby
3,474,918
University (Birmingham)
No. of Passenger Entries / Exits
Station
3,174,680
Northampton
3,120,812
Stoke-on-Trent
2,847,772
Selly Oak
2,671,422
Leamington Spa
2,527,944
Rugby
2,340,286
Stafford
2,211,520
Shrewsbury
2,177,060
Worcester Foregate Street
1,903,742
Solihull
1,864,830
Lincoln Central
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