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Serving the whole of Wales and the Welsh Marches, Arriva Trains Wales operates services to all major train stations in Wales, including Cardiff Central, Cardiff Queen Street, Newport and Swansea, as well as stations in England such as Birmingham and Manchester.
Connecting London with rail destinations in Essex and Southend-on-Sea, C2C Rail Limited operates services from Fenchurch Street station in London's West End to seaside destinations along the River Thames.
Operating a number of services between the UK's major cities of London and Birmingham, Chiltern Railways carries passengers through historic 'Shakespeare country', making stops at Aylesbury Vale Parkway, High Wycombe, Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, Banbury, Leamington Spa and Solihull.
Covering around 1,400 miles and calling at over 100 stations from Aberdeen to Penzance, CrossCountry Trains is the most extensive rail network in the UK.
The automated Docklands Light Railway is an innovative railway service managed by Transport for London (TfL), which connects many areas of London to the redeveloped Docklands area.
The new franchise started on March 1st 2015 and is a joint venture between Stagecoach and Virgin Trains.
As well as local trains serving the East Midlands and East England regions, East Midlands Trains also operates fast and frequent trains connecting London to cities such as Liverpool, Nottingham, Corby, Derby, York, Leeds and Sheffield in the north.
Connecting 15 stations across London as well as destinations further afield in the south of England, First Capital Connect operates frequent services out of the UK capital along the East Coast Main Line, stopping at Bedford and Brighton, as well as the Great Northern train line, which connects London stations to Cambridge, Peterborough and Kings Lynn.
Operated by FirstGroup Plc, First Great Western has come to be associated with scenic journeys through the beautiful English countryside and trips to seaside resorts in the Cotswolds, Devon and Cornwall.
First Hull Trains operates long distance train services between London and Hull along the East Coast Main Line, providing a fast and convenient train service between the major cities of North East and South East England.
Providing services throughout Scotland and reaching across the Scottish border to Newcastle and Carlisle in the north of England, First ScotRail is a popular choice for express services between Scotland's major cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Dundee and Aberdeen.
First TransPennine Express draws its name from crossing the Pennines, but services much of the North of England, and includes rail services to Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland. Operating under the moniker of First TransPennine Express since 2004, this rail service connects destinations such as Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and Yorkshire.
The Gatwick Express service has been connecting London to Gatwick Airport's Southern Terminal for over 25 years, with regular departures from Victoria Station.
Grand Central is an open-access passenger train operator providing services connecting London to Yorkshire and the North East. Grand Central is part of the Arriva Group.
Servicing passengers in the East of England out of London Liverpool Street train station, Greater Anglia operates along the Great Anglia Network.
Heathrow Connect offers travellers a quick and easy way to get between London Paddington Station and Heathrow Airport to the west.
Heathrow Express operates a direct and quick rail link between London's Paddington Station and Heathrow Airport.
London Midland operates express services between London Euston, Milton Keynes and Birmingham New Street (via Northampton).
Just as vital for connecting the UK capital as the iconic London Underground, the London Overground Rail Operations Ltd serves to connect disparate areas of the London region.
The London Underground provides travellers with the quickest and easiest from of mass transit in the UK capital city.
Taking care of travel needs across the Liverpool and Merseyside region, Merseyrail operates electrical train services on both sides of the Mersey River, along the former Northern and Wirral lines.
Based in the North East and North West of England and the counties of Humberside and Yorkshire, Northern Rail operates local and long distance commuter rail services all across Northern England.
Connecting train stations across the South West, including ferry links to the Isle of Wight, South West Trains operates around 1,700 trains each day, calling at over 200 stations in South West England.
A friend to both the commuter and the long distance train traveller, Southeastern Trains services cover the London, Kent and East Sussex, running around 2000 trains daily.
Southern operates predominantly commuter services between London, Surrey and Sussex, as well as services to Gatwick and Brighton, and South Coast services.
Stansted Express provides a quick and easy access route for travellers in London to reach Stansted Airport.
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Boasting what could be the most distinctive look when it comes to rail transport, Virgin Trains are easily recognised thanks to their red design and familiar brand.
Virgin Trains East Coast operates long distance train services along the East Coast Main Line, linking London King's Cross, the East Midlands, Yorkshire and Humberside, North East England and Scotland.
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