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Rail Organisations

The Office of Rail Regulation is the independent safety and economic regulator for Britain's railways
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) is the independent railway accident investigation organisation for the industry.
Rail Championsseek to promote research, collaboration, technology transfer and knowledge exchange between science, government and industry.
The Railway Heritage Committee is a statutory body operating under the authority of the Railway Heritage Act 1996 as amended by the Railways Act 2005.
Rail Operators
National Express franchise operating in the South and beyond.
Operating throughout East Anglia and beyond.
Channel Tunnel Rail Link(London & Continental Railways)
The CTRL is a major element of the British Government's Private-Public Partnership programme, which enables important infrastructure to be provided for the benefit of the public sector while taking advantage of private sector management and efficiency.
To be the best Passenger Railway in the UK. All day, every day, we aim to offer a safe, reliable, welcoming and value for money service.
First Capital Connect operates trains between London, Brighton, Bedford, Peterborough, Cambridge and King's Lynn over the UK’s busiest rail network.
High speed, commuter, regional and branch line train services, covering London, South Wales, the West of England and Devon and Cornwall.

Rail services between Hull and London.
Operating in the North West of England.
East Coast runs fast, frequent passenger train services on the East Coast Main Line between London King’s Cross, the East Midlands, Yorkshire, the North East of England and Scotland.
Stagecoach South West Trains operates around 1,600 trains a day on a network in the South and South West England. Serving more than 200 stations and employ around 4,500 people.
London Midland operates train services through the heart of England from London in the south, to Birmingham in the Midlands and Liverpool in the north west.
East Midlands Trains is part of Stagecoach Group plc, which also operates South West Trains, Sheffield Supertram and Manchester Metrolink – plus bus services in the UK and the US.
Network Rail owns and operates Britain’s rail infrastructure.
Train services for commuters, airport users, business travellers and leisure travellers in south London, between central London and the South coast, through East and West Sussex, Surrey and parts of Kent and Hampshire.
Train services into London from Kent and East Sussex.
Stagecoach South West Trains operates around 1,600 trains a day on a network in the South and South West England. Serving more than 200 stations and employing around 4,500 people.
One of the most experienced train companies in Britain, having been around for over 12 years, sending Pendolino and Super Voyager trains speeding between different destinations all over the country.