Southeastern (train operating company)

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Southeastern
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Franchise(s): Integrated Kent
1 April 2006 – June 2018 (Originally 31 March 2014)[1][2]
Main region(s): Greater London, Kent
Other region(s): East Sussex
Fleet size: 367
Stations called at: 179
Stations operated: 174
National Rail abbreviation: SE
Parent company: Govia (Go-Ahead Group / Keolis)
Web site: www.southeasternrailway.co.uk
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London & South Eastern Railway Limited, trading as Southeastern is a train operating company in southeast England. On 1 April 2006, it became the franchisee for the new Integrated Kent Franchise (IKF), overtaking the publicly owned South Eastern Trains on the former South East Franchise. It serves the commuter routes to south-east London, most of Kent, and parts of East Sussex.

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Preceded by
South Eastern Trains
South Eastern franchise
Operator of Integrated Kent franchise
2006 – present
Incumbent
New creation