British Rail Brand Names - List of Brands - Networks


  • Island Line - passenger services on the Isle of Wight (Ryde - Shanklin) from 1989. Part of Network SouthEast.
  • Merseyrail - passenger service brand for Merseyside.
  • Network NorthWest - passenger service brand paralleling "Network SouthEast" for Greater Manchester and Lancashire introduced in 1989 as part of Regional Railways. After a few years it was replaced by the Regional Railways branding.
  • Network SouthEast (originally London & South East) - commuter and medium-distance trains operating in an area bounded roughly by King's Lynn, Peterborough, Worcester, Bedwyn, Exeter and Weymouth and including the Waterloo & City Line now part of London Underground
  • Regional Railways (originally Provincial) - other passenger services in England and Wales, often suffixed by a regional description, e.g. Regional Railways North West
  • Ryde Rail - passenger services on the Isle of Wight (Ryde - Shanklin) 1985-1989. Part of Network SouthEast from 1987.
  • ScotRail - passenger services within Scotland (officially part of Regional Railways, but with a distinct identity)
  • Tynerail and Tynerider - passenger service brand for Tyneside (pre-Metro).

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