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Eurostar4003 / 4004

De Eurostar 4003/4004 reed voor GSMR-testritten tussen Antwerpen-Luchtbal en Leuven.
Hans vHMay 20, 2015
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Eurostar3004

De 3004 van Eurostar rijdt snel door Edingen.
Hans vHAug 26, 2014
EWS_66331_Ribblesdale_(101).jpg
English, Welsh & Scottish - EWS / DB Schenker UK66232

66232 heads the 6S00 Clitheroe - Mossend loaded cement past Horton in Ribblesdale on the 15th May 2008.
Paul ManleyAug 17, 2014
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West Coast Railway - WCR37516

37516 'Loch Laidon' heads the 1Z53 Carlisle - Lancaster returning 'Fellsman' through Langho. 16/07/2014.
Paul ManleyAug 17, 2014
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English, Welsh & Scottish - EWS / DB Schenker UK66115

66115 passes Burton Salmon on 13/03/2014, with the 4D79 Redcar - Rylstone empty limestone hoppers
Paul ManleyAug 16, 2014
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Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29008
92 88 0 080 001-5 B-HHPI
PH37ACi

Little surprise... The 29008 from Heavy Haul Power International was parked in Antwerp Nord...
sammarco1Apr 21, 2014
HHPI_92_88_0_080_001-5_Antwerpen_Noord_(107).jpg
Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29008
92 88 0 080 001-5 B-HHPI
PH37ACi

De 29008 van Heavy Haul Power International stond geparkeerd op Antwerpen Noord
sammarco1Apr 21, 2014
HHPI_92_88_0_080_001-5_Antwerpen_Noord_(106).jpg
Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29008
92 88 0 080 001-5 B-HHPI
PH37ACi

Technische gegevens van de loc.....
sammarco1Apr 21, 2014
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Eurostar3008

Eurostar 9110 komt bijna aan te Brussel-Zuid op een zonnige ochtend
05/03/2014
Mar 05, 2014
Freightliner_66603_Lublin_(101).jpg
Freightliner - CO.Ltd FPL66603

04.09.2012 | Lublin | 66603 (Freightliner Polska) with a freight train from Górki Noteckie to Jaszczów is going through Lublin Tatary station.
DozerNov 06, 2013
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Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29001
266 461-3
92 80 1266 461-3 D-HHPI

HHP Class.66 NR 29001 in Minden op 14-9-2013
jossparlaSep 18, 2013
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Eurostar3226
373 226

TGV Eurostar 3226 il ést pret èn partire de la gare du Nord de Paris avec destination Londre
Jul 05, 2013
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Eurostar4002

Nieuwe Eurostar NR 4002 in Warsage op sleep op 25-6-2013.
jossparlaJul 02, 2013
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FIRST Great Western319452

Hier in London St.-Pancras staat de 319 452 van First Capital Connect stil voor een korte stop.
Hans van HooydonkApr 12, 2013
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Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29008
92 88 0 080 001-5 B-HHPI
PH37ACi

Te Exquisite designed lomotive from F=MA by GE Transportation here on the exhibition from Innotrans in the Messe-Berlin 2012

PH37ACi

A subtype PH37Aci has been designed to be built to fit within the UIC 505-1 vehicle gauge. Unlike the original version built for the UK loading gauge the design has a full width body. There are two versions of the design, one with a 20 t (20 long tons; 22 short tons) axle load and 450 kN (100,000 lbf) starting tractive effort intended for European railways, and a 21 t (21 long tons; 23 short tons) axleload version with more powerful traction motors and starting tractive effort of 544 kN (122,000 lbf). The versions have axleload class L620 and L621 as defined by European Standard EN 15528 (2008).
Unlike PH237ACmi the locomotives are expected to be built to a cowl unit external design, with dimensions of 21.7 m (71 ft 2.3 in) long, width 2.9 m (9 ft 6.17 in), and height 4.3 m (14 ft 1.29 in). The locomotives retain a twin cab design. Fuel tank capacity is 9,000 L (2,000 imp gal; 2,400 US gal), with 3,490 hp (2,600 kW) available for traction, and a braking force of 270 kN (61,000 lbf) maximum. The European version is expected to be re-designed to meet 'European Driver Desk' recommendations, and UIC 612 standards, with a central driving position. The L620 version is expected to have a redesigned bogie. The track gauge for the PH37ACi can be from 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) to 1,668 mm (5 ft 5 2⁄3 in).
Kits for the new design were expected to be shipped to TÜLOMSAŞ (Turkey) in early 2012. A Tulomsas assembled locomotive in Heavy Haul International branding was exhibited at Innotrans trade fair in September 2012.
European freight operator Heavy Haul Power International is expected to take delivery of pilot production 2-6 Powerhaul locomotives assembled at Tulomsas; the locomotives are expected to be used to get certification for operation in Germany and the Benelux states.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GE_PH37ACmi
sammarco1Feb 28, 2013
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Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29008

Frontvieuw of the 29008 exposed at the railway exhibition from the Messe in Berlin

PH37ACi

A subtype PH37Aci has been designed to be built to fit within the UIC 505-1 vehicle gauge. Unlike the original version built for the UK loading gauge the design has a full width body. There are two versions of the design, one with a 20 t (20 long tons; 22 short tons) axle load and 450 kN (100,000 lbf) starting tractive effort intended for European railways, and a 21 t (21 long tons; 23 short tons) axleload version with more powerful traction motors and starting tractive effort of 544 kN (122,000 lbf). The versions have axleload class L620 and L621 as defined by European Standard EN 15528 (2008).
Unlike PH237ACmi the locomotives are expected to be built to a cowl unit external design, with dimensions of 21.7 m (71 ft 2.3 in) long, width 2.9 m (9 ft 6.17 in), and height 4.3 m (14 ft 1.29 in). The locomotives retain a twin cab design. Fuel tank capacity is 9,000 L (2,000 imp gal; 2,400 US gal), with 3,490 hp (2,600 kW) available for traction, and a braking force of 270 kN (61,000 lbf) maximum. The European version is expected to be re-designed to meet 'European Driver Desk' recommendations, and UIC 612 standards, with a central driving position. The L620 version is expected to have a redesigned bogie. The track gauge for the PH37ACi can be from 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) to 1,668 mm (5 ft 5 2⁄3 in).
Kits for the new design were expected to be shipped to TÜLOMSAŞ (Turkey) in early 2012. A Tulomsas assembled locomotive in Heavy Haul International branding was exhibited at Innotrans trade fair in September 2012.
European freight operator Heavy Haul Power International is expected to take delivery of pilot production 2-6 Powerhaul locomotives assembled at Tulomsas; the locomotives are expected to be used to get certification for operation in Germany and the Benelux states.
sammarco1Feb 28, 2013
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Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29008
"PH37ACi"

Bart your webmaster from the trainpaparazzo Fotogallery conductor of the 29008 at the Innotrans 2012 in Berlin-Messe
sammarco1Feb 28, 2013
HHPI_266_029-8_Minden_(101).jpg
Heavy Haul Power International - HHPI29005
266 029-8
92 80 1266 029-8 D-HHPI

Beacon Rail Reasing 92 80 1266 029-8 D HHPI in Minden op 29-9-2012.
jossparlaFeb 25, 2013
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FIRST Great Western43143

Departure for the 43143 from Oxford Station

sammarco1Feb 25, 2013
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FIRST Great Western166205

The 166 205 from First GW wil be arrived at the station from Oxford
sammarco1Feb 25, 2013
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Freightliner - CO.Ltd90049

Witham station, the 90049 is hauling a heavy freight train
sammarco1Oct 05, 2012
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Freightliner - CO.Ltd47376

The 47376 from Freightliner was staying in the back for assistance locomotive in case of broke down the steam locomotive of this special train. He was just leaving the Winchcombe Station
sammarco1Oct 05, 2012
Station_access_guide_2012.pdf
SouthernStation Acces guidesammarco1Aug 15, 2012
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Londonmidland350120

Emu 350120 at the Euston Station
sammarco1Aug 15, 2012
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Londonmidland350115

New trains for Londonmidland here the 350115 just arrived at London Euston Station
sammarco1Aug 15, 2012

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Central Trains


Central Trains - Wikipedia

Central Trains was one of the original 25 train operating companies to emerge from the break-up of British Rail between 1994 and 1997. The company operated local, urban and
secondary express services across central England and Mid Wales
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Crosscountry Ltd.


CROSSCOUNTRY - Wikipedia

CrossCountry is the brand name of XC Trains Ltd., a British train operating companyowned by Arriva. The company operates a network of express and long-distance train services between a variety of towns and cities outside London.



XC Trains Limited. Registered in England. Registered No:04402048.
Registered Office: XC Trains Limited, Admiral Way, Doxford International Business Park, Sunderland, SR3 3XP
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East Coast


East Coast - Wikipedia

East Coast is a British train operating company running high-speed passenger services on the East Coast Main Line between London, Yorkshire, the North East and Scotland. It started operations on 14 November 2009.[1]
East Coast is a trading name of East Coast Main Line Company Ltd (ECMLCo), a subsidiary of Directly Operated Railways Limited, formed by the Department for Transport as an operator of last resort when National Express refused further financial support to its National Express East Coast (NXEC) subsidiary and consequently lost its franchise.
The government temporarily re-nationalised the franchise and transferred NXEC's assets to Directly Operated Railways, which would retain existing NXEC service levels, pending re-tendering the franchise in 2010,[2] a date that has now been postponed.
East Coast operates long-distance passenger services principally from London King's Cross to Edinburgh Waverley via Newcastle, and from King's Cross to Leeds, with other services reaching into Yorkshire and Northern and Central Scotland.
It is currently unknown when or if the franchise will be re-let while the government conducts a review on rail franchising.

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East Midlands Trains


East Midlands Trains - Wikipedia

East Midlands Trains (EMT) is a British passenger train operating company. Based in Derby, it provides train services in the East Midlands, chiefly in the counties of Lincolnshire, South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Northamptonshire, and between the East Midlands and London. The franchise, which began 11 November 2007, was formed through the amalgamation of the former Midland Mainline and the eastern part of Central Trains franchises.
Originally legally known as Stagecoach Midland Rail Limited[1] the company was later renamed East Midlands Trains Ltd.[2] The parent company of East Midlands Trains is Stagecoach Group, which also owns South West Trains and 49% of the Virgin Trains franchise.
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Eurostar and Eurostar Projects


Eurostar - Wikipedia

Eurostar is a high-speed train service in Western Europe connecting London and Kent in the United Kingdom, with Paris and Lille in France, and Brussels in Belgium. In addition, there are limited services from London to Disneyland Resort Paris (Gare de Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy) and seasonal destinations in France. Trains cross the English Channel through the Channel Tunnel.

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Eurotunnel S.A


Eurotunnel S.A Wikipedia

Groupe Eurotunnel S.A. (LSE: GETS, Euronext: GET) manages and operates the Channel Tunnel between Great Britain and France. The Company operates the car shuttle services and earns revenue on other trains (freight by DB Schenker (formerly EWS) and SNCF and passenger service by Eurostar) passing through the tunnel. It is listed both on the London Stock Exchange and Euronext Paris.
The railway operation involves 50.5 kilometres (31.4 mi) of double track railway in the main tunnels, plus extensive surface-level terminal facilities at Folkestone in the UK and at Frethun in France; the Eurotunnel operation is entirely self-contained, with connections near the two terminals to the respective national railway networks. Signalling and electric traction supply at 25kV ac are also under Eurotunnel control.
Train operation consists of operating shuttle trains conveying cars and separate trains conveying heavy goods vehicles between the two terminals. Other trains passing through Eurotunnel infrastructure are operated by the respective owners.
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EWS English, Welsh and Scottish Railway Ltd / / DB Schenker Rail (UK) Ltd


EWS English, Welsh and Scottish Railway Ltd / / DB Schenker Rail (UK) Ltd - Wikipedia

DB Schenker Rail (UK), previously known as English, Welsh and Scottish Railway (EWS), is the largest British rail freight company. It was created as a result of the break-up of British Rail during the 1990s and is now a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG.
EWS was established by a consortium led by Wisconsin Central Ltd in 1996. Canadian National bought Wisconsin Central in 2001, and held approximately 30% of the company.
English, Welsh and Scottish Railway was acquired by Deutsche Bahn AG on 28 June 2007.[2] Initially it was announced that EWS would not be rebranded,[3] but on 1 January 2009 EWS, along with DB's other existing freight organisations Railion and their freight logistics organisation Schenker AG were re-branded DB Schenker.[4]
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F=ma Heavy Haul power International


Heavy Haul Power International

Heavy Haul Power International is an EU railway undertaking based in Germany and specialises in long term transport "projects" particularly in the coal sector.
The vision of Heavy Haul Power International is to lead the rail industry in developing "UNIT FREIGHT TRAINS" which operate productively and independently of shunting operations and
network overhead electricity with the highest possible payload.Richard

Painter
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Heavy Haul Power Co. Ltd.
Fore Street, Castle Cary
Somerset, BA7 7BG
United Kingdom


F.: +44 (0) 1963 350101
M: +49 (0) 173 575 6191
E: richard.painter@hhpi.org

Martina Weilandt
Germany


Heavy Haul Power International GmbH
Steigerstraße 9
99096 Erfurt
Germany

T.: +49 (0) 361 262 99 70
F.: +49 (0) 361 262 99 71
M: +49 (0) 172 791 32 57
E: martina.weilandt@hhpi.eu
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First GW - First Great Western


First Great Western - GW Wikipedia

First Great Western is the operating name of First Greater Western Ltd, a British train operating company owned by FirstGroup, which operates services in the west and south west of England and South Wales.
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Freightliner Group Ltd


Who we are

“The market leader in providing innovative rail freight solutions”.
Freightliner Group has developed into a dynamic and profitable logistics company with a modern fleet of locomotives, rolling stock and lorries.
Having provided rail solutions for some of the UK’s largest blue chip organisations we have established ourselves as a leader within the rail freight industry; not only in the UK, but now extended to Europe and Australia, setting standards, introducing new thought processes and industry firsts.
Freightliner Group Head Office

Freightliner Group Ltd
3rd Floor, The Podium
1 Eversholt Street
London NW1 2FL
Email: [email=enquiries@freightliner.co.uk[/email]
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Grand Central Railway Company Limited


Grand Central Railway Company Limited - Wikipedia

The Grand Central Railway Company Limited is a privately-owned train operating company operating passenger rail services under the name Grand Central on the East Coast Main Line (ECML) in the United Kingdom. It is an open access operator and runs two services directly linking the northern English cities of Sunderland and Bradford with London.
The first service began on 18 December 2007 and linked Sunderland, Hartlepool, Eaglescliffe, Northallerton, Thirsk, and York with London, using an interim timetable until all rolling stock was available.[1] The full timetable was launched in March 2008[2] and a fourth daily service was added on 17 August 2009.[3]
On 23 May 2010, Grand Central started new services between Bradford Interchange and London King's Cross, calling at various Yorkshire stations between there and Doncaster including Halifax.[4] These services have been dubbed the 'West Riding Service'.
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Heatrow Connect


Heatrow Connect - Wikipedia


Heathrow Connect is a train service in London provided jointly by Heathrow Express and First Great Western, connecting Heathrow Airport with Paddington station. The service follows the same route as the Heathrow Express service but serves intermediate stations en route, thus connecting several locations in West London with each other, the airport, and Central London. It normally leaves from Platform 12 at Paddington, departing at xx.03 and xx.33 mins past the hour. The first two trains depart Paddington at 04:42 and 05:13 with the last train at 23.03.

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Heatrow Express



Heatrow Express - Wikipedia

Heathrow Express is an express train service from London Heathrow Airport to London Paddington station in Central London operated by the Heathrow Express Operating Authority, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BAA. It was opened by the then Prime Minister Tony Blair in 1998. It is not legally part of the National Rail system, even though it shares track with National Rail trains for much of its journey and terminates at a London mainline station.
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London Midland Ltd


London Midland - Wikipedia

London Midland is a train operating company in the United Kingdom. Legally named London and Birmingham Railway Ltd,[2] it is a subsidiary of Govia, and has operated the West Midlands franchise since 11 November 2007.
Its services operate primarily on the West Coast Main Line from London Euston and in the West Midlands region, replacing previous operators Central Trains and Silverlink (both subsidiaries of the National Express Group).
London Midland operates train services throughout the heart of England, connecting London, the Midlands and the North West.

From times and fares to ideas for great days out, you should find everything you need on the website


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Mull & West Higland Narrow Gauge Railway


Isle of Mull Railway - Wikipedia


The Isle of Mull Railway is a 10 1⁄4 in (260 mm) gauge line, 11⁄4 miles (2.0 km) long, which ran from the ferry terminal at Craignure to Torosay Castle, on the Isle of Mull in the Scottish Inner Hebrides. Originally it was known as the Mull and West Highland Railway. The line opened in 1983 and closed in October 2010. A limited service operated over the 2011 Easter holiday until 2 May 2011. It is now shown as operating from Friday 27 May 2011 until Thursday 1 September 2011. Its website now says trains will run in August then it will close. The line was marketed as Scotland's original island passenger railway.


Mull Rail, Craignure: PA65 6AY
Tel +44 (0)1680 812494
Fax +44 (0)1680 300595
Email: info@mullrail.co.uk
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National Express


National Express - Wikipedia

The National Express brand was created in 1972 by the state-owned National Bus Company (NBC) to bring together the express bus and coach services operated by the bus operating companies within the NBC group. The National Express network was largely a branding and management exercise, with services continuing to be operated by the individual companies.
With the privatisation of the NBC in the 1980s, National Express was subject to a management buy-out in 1988. In 1992, National Express Group PLC was floated on the London Stock Exchange with a remit to acquire new businesses in the passenger transport market.
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Network Rail


Network Rail - Wikipedia

Network Rail is the owner and operator of the rail infrastructure on the island of Great Britain in the United Kingdom.[3] The other main UK line is owned and operated by Northern Ireland Railways. Network Rail is a British "not for dividend" private company limited by guarantee whose principal asset is Network Rail Infrastructure Limited, a company limited by shares.

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Network Rail
Kings Place
90 York Way
London
N1 9AG
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Silverlink - London Midland


Silverlink - London Midland - Wikipedia

Silverlink Train Services Ltd was a train operating company in the United Kingdom. It operated routes in North London and from London to Northampton (and until 2004, to Birmingham via Coventry). It was owned by National Express Group plc.
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South West trains


South West Trains - Wikipedia


South West Trains (SWT) is the trading name of a train operating company operating in the United Kingdom, providing train services to the south-west of London, chiefly in Greater London and the counties of Surrey, Hampshire, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, Berkshire, Wiltshire and the Isle of Wight. The area was, before 1923, roughly that of the London and South Western Railway company, and so led the choice of company name.
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Southeastern.


Southeastern. Wikipedia

Southeastern is a train operating company in the United Kingdom. It began operations in south-east England on 1 April 2006 as franchisee for the Integrated Kent Franchise (IKF), replacing the prior publicly-owned operator South Eastern Trains on the former South East Franchise. It serves the commuter routes to south-east London, Kent, and parts of East Sussex.

Contact us:

Southeastern Customer Services

Telephone: 0845 000 2222

Address:
PO Box 63428
London
SE1P 5FD

Fax: 0845 678 6976

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Southern railway Ltd (UK)


Southern Railway (UK) ---- Wikipedia

The Southern Railway (SR), sometimes shortened to 'Southern', was a British railway company established in the 1923 Grouping. It linked London with the Channel ports, South West England, South coast resorts and Kent. The railway was formed by the amalgamation of several smaller railway companies, the largest of which were the London & South Western Railway (LSWR), the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LBSC) and the South Eastern and Chatham Railway (SECR).[1] The construction of what was to become the Southern Railway began in 1838 with the opening of the London and Southampton Railway, which was renamed the London & South Western Railway.
The railway was noted for its astute use of public relations and a coherent management structure headed by Sir Herbert Walker.[2] At 2,186 miles (3,518 km), the Southern Railway was the smallest of the "Big Four" railway companies and, unlike the others, the majority of its revenue came from passengers rather than freight. It created what was at that time the world's largest electrified railway system and the first electrified InterCity route (London--Brighton). There were two Chief Mechanical Engineers; Richard Maunsell between 1923 and 1937 and Oliver Bulleid from 1937 to 1948, both of whom designed new locomotives and rolling stock to replace much of that which was inherited in 1923. The Southern Railway played a vital role in the Second World War, embarking the British Expeditionary Force, during the Dunkirk operations, and supplying Operation Overlord in 1944; because the railway was primarily a passenger network, its success was an even more remarkable achievement.
The Southern Railway operated a number of famous named trains, including the Brighton Belle, the Bournemouth Belle, the Golden Arrow and the Night Ferry (London - Paris and Brussels). The West Country services were dominated by lucrative summer holiday traffic and included named trains such as the Atlantic Coast Express and the Devon Belle. The company's best-known livery was highly distinctive: locomotives and carriages were painted in a bright Malachite green above plain black frames, with bold, bright yellow lettering. The Southern Railway was nationalised in 1948, becoming the Southern Region of British Railways.

Southern and Gatwick Express Customer Service

Southern Customer Services PO Box 3021, Bristol BS2 2BS
Telephone: 08451 272920 Fax: 08451 272930
Assisted Travel Helpline: 0800 138 1016 Textphone/Minicom: 0800 138 1018
Contact us online
General enquiries:
Email: comments@southernrailway.com
Assisted travel:
Email: [email]myjourney@southernrailway.com[/email
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Virgin Trains


Virgin Trains / Wikipedia

Virgin Trains is a train operating company in the United Kingdom, which currently provides services from London Euston to the North West, West Midlands and Scotland on the West Coast Main Line. Prior to 11 November 2007, the company also provided services linking the south and south-west of England with the north of England via Manchester and Scotland, via Birmingham. Although it is branded as part of the Virgin Group, their share in the company is only 51%, with the remaining 49% held by Stagecoach Group.
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WCR - West Coast Railways


West Coast Railways (WCR) is an independent Train Operating Company and since 1998 has specialised in operating charter trains, both in its own right and on behalf of tour operators, along some of the UK’s most famous and scenic routes and to many beautiful destinations
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Wrexham & Shropshire railway


Wrexham & Shropshire - Wikipedia

Wrexham & Shropshire is the operating name of the Wrexham, Shropshire and Marylebone Railway Company, a train operating company in the United Kingdom. The company operates passenger train services from Wrexham (in North Wales) via Shropshire to London on an open-access basis, with its agreement for a seven year period from December 2007.Wrexham & Shropshire began running services on 28 April 2008


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Renaissance Trains Limited
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WSR - West Somerset Railway


West Somerset Railway - WSR / Wikipedia

The West Somerset Railway (WSR) is a heritage railway that runs along the edge of the Quantock Hills in Somerset, England,
between Bishops Lydeard and Watchet. The line then turns inland to Washford, and returns to the coast for the run to Minehead.
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Steam Locomotives - Locomotive a Vapore


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Electric Locomotives - Locomotive Eletriche



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Diesel locomotives - Locomotive Diesel



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Shunters - Locomotive di Manovra



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Multiple diesel units - Automotrice Legero a nafta



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