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Southern

Southern Railway

Southern is a train operating company currently owned by Govia Thameslink, who are also responsible for operating services along the Thameslink, Gatwick Express and Great Northern routes and have been in operation since 26 July 2015

 

Southern Railway Route

 

Southern Railways operates trains from South London, to the South and South coast of England, connecting the counties of East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey, London, Kent, and Hampshire.

Southern routes provide regular commuter services mainly from London Bridge and Victoria railway station to the Suburbs of Greater London and onward towards Brighton.

 

Southern Railway Destinations

 

  • Southern trains runs services to some of the UK's top destinations such as the historic towns of Hastings, Chichester and Lewes, as well as the popular port town of Southampton.
  • Southern links London mainline railway stations to some of the South Coast's most loved seaside towns and, including the bustling city of Brighton, Eastbourne and Bognor Regis.
  • In addition, Southern provide national rail network links to airport, ferry, Eurostar and the Croydon tramline interchanges.

 

Southern & Gatwick Airport

 

Southern manage another sub brand of the Thameslink franchise, Gatwick Express. The Gatwick Express route runs non-stop services between Gatwick Airport railway station to London Victoria train station and Brighton railway station. Services on the route between Gatwick Airport to Brighton only operate on weekdays.

 

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