First Capital Connect

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First Capital Connect
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Overview
Franchise(s)Thameslink Great Northern
1 Apr 2006 – 13 Sep 2014
Main region(s)East of England, London, South East England
Stations called atapprox. 129
Stations operated77
Route km operated778.9
National Rail abbreviationFC
Parent companyFirstGroup
Websitewww.firstcapitalconnect.co.uk
Route map
Route map

First Capital Connect (FCC) was a train company in England that ran the Thameslink railway line between Brighton and Bedford and services along the East Coast Main Line from King's Cross and Peterborough, Cambridge, and King's Lynn from 1 April 2006 to 13 September 2014. It was owned by First Group and combines the service on formerly operated by WAGN, often referred to as Great Northern. It failed to keep the franchise, and it was succeeded by Thameslink and Great Northern.