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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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  • c2c

    Trains throughout Essex and into London

  • Caledonian Sleeper

    Overnight services between London and Scotland

  • Chiltern Railways

    London to Birmingham and the West Midlands

  • CrossCountry

    Connecting the UK's main cities

  • East Midlands Trains

    London to the Midlands, Liverpool and the east coast

  • Gatwick Express

    Fast trains between London, Gatwick Airport and Brighton

  • Grand Central

    London to Bradford and Sunderland via York and Doncaster

  • Great Northern

    Suburban trains north of London

  • Greater Anglia

    Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Hertfordshire into the capital

  • GWR

    Serving the west and south-west of England, and the south of Wales

  • Heathow Express

    Express trains between Heathrow Airport and the capital

  • Hull Trains

    Services between Hull and Lonon

  • Island Line

    The train line on the Isle of Wight

  • LNER

    Routes out of London on the East Coast Mainline

  • London Northwestern

    Services throughout Birmingham, between London and the West Midlands and Liverpool, and rural services in-between

  • London Overground

    The orange circle surrounding the capital

  • Merseyrail

    Serving the whole of the Liverpool conurbation

  • Northern

    Trains covering the whole of the north of England and into Scotland

  • ScotRail

    All routes in Scotland

  • South Western Railway

    Between London and south-west England

  • Southeastern

    Routes out of various London stations to southern England

  • Southern

    Covering most of the south of England

  • TfL Rail

    The future Crossrail line, currently between Shenfield and Liverpool Street, and Paddington and Heathrow.

  • Thameslink

    Covering a large part of the south-east of England

  • TransPennine Express

    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