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The graph illustrates the conveyance of goods by various methods of transport in the UK from 1974 to 2002.

Overall, between 1974 and 2002, the volume of goods delivered by road, water and pipeline was subject to a significant rise, whereas the quantities of goods carried by rail experienced a remarkable fluctuation. Additionally, road was the most important form of delivery from 1974 to 2002 in the UK.

As can be seen from the graph, in 1974, road was the most popular form of transport, which conveyed 70 million tonnes, nearly double the number of goods carried by water and rail, at 40 million tonnes. Meanwhile, road was the least common form of delivery, which transported 5 million tonnes.

Between 1974 and 2002, the quantities of goods conveyed by road witnessed a significant growth of 95 million tonnes, while there was a remarkable increase in the volume of goods carried by water, climbing to 60 million tonnes. Likewise, the quantities of goods conveyed by pipeline experienced a dramatic growth to 20 million tonne. By contrast, the volume of goods delivered by rail fell minimally to 28 million tonne, followed by a recovery to 40 million tonnes.

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