A passenger was awarded £7,374 in compensation after falling over a mop at Edinburgh Waverley train station.
Network Rail paid £3,319 to a commuter who fell on a set of steps at the same station.
Figures reveal that Network Rail has paid out nearly £1m in five years for trips and falls at its 20 UK stations.
More than half of the payouts were made after accidents at Euston, Paddington, Victoria and Liverpool Street stations in London.
In Scotland, during the same period, 13 passengers received a total of £16,589 for a variety of mishaps at Edinburgh Waverley.
One commuter got £365 after tripping over a mat while another got £600 following a fall down an escalator.
Glasgow Central was one of only two Network Rail stations not to have had a compensation claim paid out in the past five years, the other being Guildford in Surrey.
Network Rail insisted only a small number of commuters experience a mishap.
In the five years to the end of the 2018-19 financial year, the company paid out a total of £951,360 in compensation.
The highest single amount was £39,631 for a passenger who “slipped on some liquid” at Charing Cross station in London.
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