What area does South Eastern rail cover?

What area does South Eastern rail cover?

Our network covers London, Kent and parts of East Sussex. We manage 164 stations and run trains over 1,000 miles of track.

What are Southeastern metro routes?


High Speed 1
Route tph Calling at
London Charing Cross to Gravesend via Sidcup 2 Waterloo East, London Bridge, Hither Green, Lee, Mottingham, New Eltham, Sidcup, Albany Park, Bexley, Crayford, Dartford, Stone Crossing, Greenhithe, Swanscombe, Northfleet,Gravesend
Metro – South Eastern Main Line
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What London terminals do southeastern work in?

London Blackfriars.

  • London Cannon Street.
  • London Charing Cross.
  • London Waterloo East.
  • London St Pancras International.
  • Loughborough Junction.
  • Ladywell.
  • Lee (London)
  • How many trains does Southeastern have?

    392 trains
    How many trains do you have? We have 392 trains in total across our network.

    Is Southeastern trains part of TfL?

    The London Assembly’s cross-party transport committee also called for Southeastern to be split and its metro routes in the capital to be given to TfL, which already runs some National Rail services under the London Overground and TfL Rail names.

    How do I show trains on Google Maps?

    Steps to follow:

    1. Open Google Maps on your smartphone.
    2. Enter the destination train station or location in the search bar at the top of the page.
    3. After this, tap on the ‘Train’ icon placed in between the ‘Two-wheeler’ and ‘Walk’ icon below the source and the destination dialogue box.

    What trains do Southeastern use?

    Our trains

    • Mainline trains throughout Kent are Bombardier Class 375 Electrostars.
    • Metro trains on the inter-city London routes are Class 465 and 466 Networkers and Class 376 Electrostars.
    • High speed trains from Kent to St Pancras International are Hitachi-Class 395 trains.

    What trains do South Eastern use?

    Which stations are London terminals?

    ‘London Terminal’ stations

    • London Waterloo.
    • London Victoria (via Clapham Junction)
    • London Bridge.
    • London Blackfriars.
    • City Thameslink.
    • London Charing Cross.
    • London Waterloo East.
    • London Cannon Street (via London Bridge)

    Who owns South Eastern Railway?

    Go-Ahead Group
    Southeastern/Parent organizations