Some articles on main, coast main, west, west coast main:
... Great Eastern Main Line (GEML) Converted from 1,500 V DC (see 1,500 V DC section "Shenfield Metro") Converted from 6,250 V/1,500 V DC Romford to Upminster Line ... East Coast Main Line (ECML) Electrified in two parts the first between 1975 and 1978, and the second between 1984 and 1991 The line between London (Kings Cross) and Royston ... Midland Main Line (MML) Electrified between London (St Pancras) and Bedford in 1983 ...
... Passengers (millions) 2010–11 Location Main Services Number of Platforms 1 London Waterloo 94.046 9.489 103.534 London South Western Main Line West of England Main Line 2 ... London Victoria 76.231 9.157 85.38 ...
... It begins at V4 Watling Street, crosses over the A5 and the West Coast Main Line, then joins the V6 Grafton Street at Bradville ... most of its length, it starts its route in the west of the town at a double roundabout with V4 Watling Street before running as a single carriageway up ... The H6 Childs Way runs from Whitney in the west of Milton Keynes to a point short of Junction 14 of the M1 in the east ...
... Furthermore, future upgrades to the Great Western and East Coast main lines (in combination with the Intercity Express Programme) could increase the lines ... The speed limit on some sections of the East Coast Main Line was experimentally raised to 140 mph (225 km/h) during the upgrade and electrification of the route ... In 2004, following a large investment in the West Coast Main Line, tilting Pendolinos, based on the Italian trains, were introduced ...
... offered business travellers alternatives to West Coast Main Line services at a time when that route was subject to frequent disruption due to electrification work ... which were built by Metro-Cammell to modernise the East Coast Main Line Pullman services ... "Manchester Pullman" and "Liverpool Pullman" services over the newly electrified West Coast Main Line, replacing the Blue Pullman services to the Midlands ...
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