Arriva Trains

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Codsall Railway Station - Services
... National Rail Following station Bilbrook Arriva Trains Wales Albrighton Bilbrook London Midland Albrighton Codsall is typically served every day except for Sunday by one ... These services are operated by London Midland with some extra trains at peak times on weekdays ... Some late evening trains are operated by Arriva Trains Wales ...
List Of Companies Operating Trains In The United Kingdom - Passenger Operators in Great Britain - Defunct Operating Companies
1 April 2004 one National Express East Anglia (now Greater Anglia) Arriva Trains Merseyside Franchise Merseytravel contract Arriva plc February 2000 ...
Arriva UK Trains - History - Arriva's Operations
... Arriva Trains Wales/Trenau Arriva Cymru operates the majority of rail services in Wales ... LMWR operates train maintenance depots at Bristol, Cambridge, Crewe, Eastleigh and Newcastle ... Arriva Trains Merseyside ran urban rail services on Merseyside from February 2000 until March 2003 and Arriva Trains Northern ran local rail services in Northern England from February 2000 until December 2004 ...
British Rail Class 142 - Operations - Post Privatisation - Wales
... requires expansion Valley Lines acquired their Class 142s by swapping Class 150/2 units with Arriva Trains Northern. 142s were initially painted in Valley Lines livery Arriva Trains Wales use their Class 142 Pacer trains on the commuter lines around Cardiff known as the Valley Lines ... Pacer fleet now bear the turquoise and cream house colours of Arriva Trains Wales ...
Swansea Railway Station - Routes
... Preceding station National Rail Following station Llansamlet Arriva Trains Wales Terminus Arriva Trains Wales Gowerton Gowerton Arriva Trains Wales ...

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    Every American travelling in England gets his own individual sport out of the toy passenger and freight trains and the tiny locomotives, with their faint, indignant, tiny whistle. Especially in western England one wonders how the business of a nation can possibly be carried on by means so insufficient.
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