Our coverage of the UK railway network
We monitor all franchised UK railway networks and some Open Access operators.
The full list is below - click on a company to see more information about the data we hold on them and a list of stations in their network.
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Trains throughout Essex and into London
Overnight services between London and Scotland
London to Birmingham and the West Midlands
Connecting the UK's main cities
East Midlands Trains
London to the Midlands, Liverpool and the east coast
Fast trains between London, Gatwick Airport and Brighton
London to Bradford and Sunderland via York and Doncaster
Suburban trains north of London
Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Hertfordshire into the capital
Serving the west and south-west of England, and the south of Wales
Express trains between Heathrow Airport and the capital
Services between Hull and Lonon
The train line on the Isle of Wight
Routes out of London on the East Coast Mainline
Services throughout Birmingham, between London and the West Midlands and Liverpool, and rural services in-between
The orange circle surrounding the capital
Serving the whole of the Liverpool conurbation
Trains covering the whole of the north of England and into Scotland
All routes in Scotland
South Western Railway
Between London and south-west England
Routes out of various London stations to southern England
Covering most of the south of England
The future Crossrail line, currently between Shenfield and Liverpool Street, and Paddington and Heathrow.
Covering a large part of the south-east of England
Routes between Scotland, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and north-east England
Transport for Wales
Covering the whole of Wales
Virgin West Coast
Virgin trains on the West Coast Mainline between London and Scotland