Template:Infobox Southern Railway (UK)

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Southern Railway
History
1923 Grouping; Southern Railway is created
1929 Phase one of electrification scheme complete
1930 Richard Maunsell's SR V "Schools" class introduced
1937 Oliver Bulleid becomes Chief Mechanical Engineer
1941 First SR Merchant Navy Class Pacific unveiled
1948 Nationalised
Constituent companies
London, Brighton and South Coast Railway
London & South Western Railway
South Eastern and Chatham Railway
See full List of constituent companies of the Southern Railway
Successor organisation
1948 Southern Region of British Railways
Key locations
Headquarters  Waterloo station, London
Workshops Ashford;
  Brighton;
  Eastleigh
Major stations Waterloo station
Victoria
Charing Cross
Inherited route mileage
1923 2,186 miles (3,518 km)
Mileage shown as at end of year stated.
Source: Whitehouse, Patrick & Thomas, David St.John: SR 150, Introduction

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