Transpennine Express Services

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USA Cartoon Express
... The USA Cartoon Express was a programming block of animated productions which aired on cable television's USA Network from late 1982 to September 15 ... The Express was the first structured animation block on cable television, predating Nickelodeon's animation blocks by half a decade and Cartoon Network by more than a decade ...
York Factory Express
... The York Factory Express, usually called "the Express" and also called the Columbia Express and the Communication, was a fur brigade operated by the Hudson's Bay Company in the early 19th century connecting York ... It was named "express" because it was not used only to transport furs and supplies but also to quickly move departmental reports and letters ... The express brigade was known as the York Factory Express on its eastbound journey in the spring, and as the Columbia Express or Autumn Express on its westbound journey in the fall ...
Express - Other Uses
... Express (clothing retailer), an American specialty fashion retailer EXPRESS (data modeling language) Express (weaponry), a category of high-velocity rifles and ammunition ...
First West Yorkshire - Services - HolmfirthCONNECTION
... This was a service that was run in partnership with First Calderdale Huddersfield and Transpennine Express ... to connect with trains to Leeds, Dewsbury and Manchester on Transpennine Express services ... These service are currently the 314 and X10 ...
First Calderdale & Huddersfield - HolmfirthCONNECTION
... This was a service that was run in partnership with First Calderdale Huddersfield and Transpennine Express ... to Huddersfield railway station to connect with trains to Leeds, Dewsbury and Manchester on Transpennine Express services ... These service are currently the 314 and X11 ...

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