Gatwick Express

Gatwick Express is the name of a high-frequency passenger service between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport in South East England, operated by Southern.

The Gatwick Express service commenced in May 1984 with air-conditioned InterCity stock. It was privatised in April 1996 with National Express operating the franchise. In June 2008 Gatwick Express ceased to exist as a separate franchise, being merged into the Southern franchise, although continuing to maintain its own identity. Some peak-hour Gatwick Express services now continue beyond Gatwick Airport to Brighton.

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List Of British Rail Electric Multiple Unit Classes - DC EMUs - Southern Region Units - Mark 1 and 2 Bodyshell
... in 2010 Class 422 4Big 8Dig Class 423 4Vep 4Vop Class 427 4Veg First stock used for Gatwick Express Class 430 4Rep Class 431 6Rep Class 432 4Rep ...
British Rail Class 488 - Fleet Status
... Operator Withdrawn Status TFOH TSOH 72638 ... Gatwick Express Cotswold Rail 2002 Scrapped (2004) 72617 ... Gatwick Express Gatwick Express 2005 Preserved 72640 ... Gatwick ... British Rail 1985 Scrapped (1987) 72604 ... Gatwick Express Gatwick Express 2003 Scrapped (2003) 72608 ... Gatwick ...
Gatwick Express - Future
... It has been suggested that some peak-hour Gatwick Express services may call at Clapham Junction ...
British Rail Class 442 - Description - Leasing By Southern
... Southern is leasing 17 of these units to operate the extended Gatwick Express service which commenced during December 2008 that it is responsible for ... Once all units are refurbished and repainted into Gatwick Express livery, they are expected to run in pairs capable of carrying 600 passengers ... The new extended Gatwick Express service was introduced on 15 December 2008 ...

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