Connex South Eastern

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Connex South Eastern
465020 at Waterloo East.jpg
465020 at Waterloo East in January 2003
Franchise(s)South Eastern
13 October 1996 – 8 November 2003
Main region(s)Greater London, Kent
Other region(s)East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey
Fleet sizeapproximately 350
Stations called at178
National Rail abbreviationCX
Parent companyConnex at the Wayback Machine (archived 2001-04-05)
The railway lines of Kent, many of which Connex South Eastern ran services on

Connex South Eastern[1] was a train operating company in the United Kingdom. It was owned by Connex. It operated the South Eastern Passenger Rail Franchise from October 1996 until November 2003.

Its services were stopped because of money problems and using old trains instead of buying new ones.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Companies House extract company no 3006571 Connex South Eastern Limited
  2. "Connex loses rail franchise", BBC News Online, London, 24 October 2000.

Other websites[change | change source]

Media related to Connex South Eastern at Wikimedia Commons

Preceded by
Network SouthEast
As part of British Rail
Operator of Network SouthEast franchise
1996 - 2003
Succeeded by
South Eastern Trains