Network SouthEast

Network SouthEast (NSE) was one of three passenger sectors of British Rail created in 1982. NSE principally operated commuter trains in the London area and inter-urban services in densely populated South East England, although the network reached as far west as Exeter. Before 1986, the sector was known as London & South Eastern.

In the privatisation of British Rail on 1 April 1994 it was gradually broken into a number of franchises.

Read more about Network SouthEast:  History, Network Railcard, Subdivisions, Modernisation, Privatisation, Gallery

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Senior Railcard - History
... rolled out across the British Rail network in 1988, so the APTIS "Cheap Day Returns Only" Railcard (form number BR 4599/18) is rarely seen ... fares for journeys wholly on the London Underground network were withdrawn children accompanying the Railcard holder no longer travelled for a £1.00 flat fare (see here) Day Singles and Day Returns for weekday ... This applied from any Network SouthEast station either within or outside the Travelcard zonal area, and for Capitalcards valid for any combination of zones ...
British Rail Brand Names - List of Brands - Networks
... Part of Network SouthEast ... Network NorthWest - passenger service brand paralleling "Network SouthEast" for Greater Manchester and Lancashire introduced in 1989 as part of Regional Railways ... Network SouthEast (originally London South East) - commuter and medium-distance trains operating in an area bounded roughly by King's Lynn, Peterborough, Worcester, Bedwyn ...
British Rail Corporate Liveries - Sectorisation - Network SouthEast
... On 10 June 1986, British Rail launched Network SouthEast, an organisation designed to cut across the traditional regional boundaries and deliver a co-ordinated train service for London and the ... and multiple units, a number of Class 47 and Class 50 locomotives dedicated to Network SouthEast passenger services were painted in this livery ...
Network SouthEast - Gallery
465034 at London Waterloo East A Waterloo City Line train in Network SouthEast livery Network SouthEast logo on a Waterloo City Line train NSE livery on a Class 483 ...

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