Licences issued by the Office of the Rail Regulator/Office of Rail Regulation/Office of Rail and Road (ORR)

A (hopefully) comprehensive listing

Companies beginning C

Last update 21 March 2021

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Please select a letter from the list below:

c2c rail limited

Formerly LTS Rail Limited (9 June 1994 to 2 July 2000)

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 26 May 1996 (Prism Rail plc)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 1 July 1994; from 16 December 1994; revoked 10 November 2014

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 1994 0008

Consultation began 1 July 1994; from 16 December 1994; revoked 10 November 2014

East Ham

Shoeburyness

Station licence UK 03 1994 0007

Consultation began 1 July 1994; from 16 December 1994; revoked 10 November 2014

Barking

Basildon

Benfleet

Chafford Hundred

Chalkwell

Dagenham Dock

East Tilbury

Grays

Laindon

Leigh-on-Sea

Limehouse

London Fenchurch Street

Ockendon

Pitsea

Purfleet

Rainham (Essex)

Shoeburyness

Southend Central

Southend East

Stanford-le-Hope

Thorpe Bay

Tilbury Town

Upminster

West Ham [High Level] from 22 June 1999

West Horndon

Westcliff

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0014

From 28 November 2005; revoked 10 November 2014 not on ORR register

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0015

From 28 November 2005; revoked 10 November 2014

c2c Railway Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Department for Transport

Formerly Orchard Rail Limited (7 February 2003 to 6 March 2013) then Essex Thameside Limited (7 March 2013 to 11 August 2013) then Northern Trains Limited (12 August 2013 to 11 May 2014) then London Midland Trains Limited (12 May 2014 to 5 March 2019) then DfT OLR7 Limited (6 March 2019 to 16 February 2021)

European passenger licence UK 01 2006 0011

Consultation began 22 August 2006; from 20 September 2006

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2006 0011

From 20 September 2006

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2019 0017

Consultation began 8 May 2019; from 22 August 2019

Depots not defined

Note, incorrectly labelled as UK 03 0017

Station licence UK 03 2019 0016

Consultation began 8 May 2019; from 22 August 2019

Stations not defined

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2019 0015

Consultation began 8 May 2019; from 22 August 2019

Cambrian Railways Society Limited

Passenger licence

Consultation began 18 November 2003

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 18 November 2003

Light maintenance depots not defined

Station licence

Consultation began 18 November 2003

Stations not defined

Network licence

Consultation began 18 November 2003

Network not defined

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 18 November 2003

Licence exemption 2004 No 11

Consultation began 23 June 2004; from 5 August 2004

Light maintenance depots:

Oswald Road

Former Cambrian Grainstore

Cambrian Railways Trust

Licence exemption 2005 No 5

Consultation began 22 April 2005; from 26 May 2005, revoked 20 September 2005

Network forming 500m from Llynclys Sidings station to buffers by Ty Coch farm, plus sidings, any passenger or non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Also station:

Llynclys Sidings

Licence exemption 2005 No 11

Consultation began 12 August 2005; from 20 September 2005

Network forming 1km from Llynclys Sidings to buffers by Pen-Y-Garreg (Pant) plus sidings, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Cambrian Transport Limited

Licence exemption 2009 No 20

Consultation began 22 July 2009; from 26 August 2009

Network forming Barry Heritage Railway and approved extensions, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Cantena Rail Limited

See Catena Rail

Capital Trains Limited

Passenger licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 15 December 2005

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 15 December 2005

Station licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 15 December 2005

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 15 December 2005

Cardiff Railway Company Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 13 October 1996 (Prism Rail plc)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 24 February 1995; from 28 May 1995; revoked 27 April 2004

Station licence

Consultation began 24 February 1995; from 28 May 1995; revoked 27 April 2004

Aber

Abercynon North

Abercynon South

Aberdare

Aberdovey from 14 October 2001

Abererch from 14 October 2001

Abergavenny from 14 October 2001

Abergele & Pensarn from 28 September 2003

Aberystwyth from 14 October 2001

Ammanford from 14 October 2001

Baglan from 14 October 2001

Bangor (Gwynedd) from 28 September 2003

Bargoed

Barmouth from 14 October 2001

Barry

Barry Docks

Barry Island

Betws-y-Coed from 28 September 2003

Birchgrove

Blaenau Ffestiniog from 28 September 2003

Bodorgan from 28 September 2003

Borth from 14 October 2001

Bridgend from 1 April 2002

Brithdir

Briton Ferry from 14 October 2001

Broome from 14 October 2001

Buckley from 28 September 2003

Bucknell from 14 October 2001

Builth Road from 14 October 2001

Bynea from 14 October 2001

Cadoxton

Caergwrle Castle & Wells from 28 September 2003

Caerphilly

Caersws from 14 October 2001

Caldicot from 14 October 2001

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Central from 1 April 2002

Cardiff Queen Street

Carmarthen from 14 October 2001

Cathays

Cefn-y-Bedd from 28 September 2003

Chepstow from 14 October 2001

Chester from 28 September 2003

Chirk from 14 October 2001

Church Stretton from 14 October 2001

Cilmeri from 14 October 2001

Clarbeston Road from 14 October 2001

Clunderwen from 14 October 2001

Cogan

Colwyn Bay from 28 September 2003

Conwy from 28 September 2003

Coryton

Craven Arms from 14 October 2001

Criccieth from 14 October 2001

Cwmbach

Cwmbran from 14 October 2001

Cynghordy from 14 October 2001

Danescourt

Deganwy from 28 September 2003

Dinas Powys

Dinas Rhondda

Dingle Road

Dolau from 14 October 2001

Dolgarrog from 28 September 2003

Dolwyddelan from 28 September 2003

Dovey Junction from 14 October 2001

Dyffryn Ardudwy from 14 October 2001

Eastbrook

Fairbourne from 14 October 2001

Fairwater

Fernhill

Ferryside from 14 October 2001

Ffairfach from 14 October 2001

Fishguard Harbour from 14 October 2001

Flint from 28 September 2003

Frodsham from 28 September 2003

Garth (Mid Glamorgan) from 14 October 2001

Garth (Powys) from 14 October 2001

Gilfach Fargoed

Glan Conwy from 28 September 2003

Gobowen from 14 October 2001

Gowerton from 14 October 2001

Grangetown (Cardiff)

Gwersyllt from 28 September 2003

Harlech from 14 October 2001

Haverfordwest from 14 October 2001

Hawarden from 28 September 2003

Hawarden Bridge from 28 September 2003

Heath High Level

Heath Low Level

Helsby from 28 September 2003

Hengoed

Hereford from 14 October 2001

Heswall from 28 September 2003

Holyhead from 28 September 2003

Hope (Flintshire) from 28 September 2003

Hopton Heath from 14 October 2001

Johnston (Pembs) from 14 October 2001

Kidwelly from 14 October 2001

Kilgetty from 14 October 2001

Knighton from 14 October 2001

Knucklas from 14 October 2001

Lamphey from 14 October 2001

Leominster from 14 October 2001

Lisvane & Thornhill

Llanaber from 14 October 2001

Llanbedr from 14 October 2001

Llanbister Road from 14 October 2001

Llanbradach

Llandaf

Llandanw from 14 October 2001

Llandecwyn from 14 October 2001

Llandeilo from 14 October 2001

Llandovery from 14 October 2001

Llandrindod Wells from 14 October 2001

Llandudno from 28 September 2003

Llandudno Junction from 28 September 2003

Llandybie from 14 October 2001

Llanelli from 14 October 2001

Llanfairfechan from 28 September 2003

Llanfairpwll from 28 September 2003

Llangadog from 14 October 2001

Llangammarch from 14 October 2001

Llangennech from 14 October 2001

Llangynllo from 14 October 2001

Llanishen

Llanrwst from 28 September 2003

Llanrwst North from 28 September 2003

Llansamlet from 14 October 2001

Llanwrda from 14 October 2001

Llanwrtyd from 14 October 2001

Llwyngwril from 14 October 2001

Llwynypia

Ludlow from 14 October 2001

Lydney from 14 October 2001

Machynlleth from 14 October 2001

Maesteg from 14 October 2001

Maesteg (Ewenny Road) from 14 October 2001

Manorbier from 14 October 2001

Merthyr Tydfil

Merthyr Vale

Milford Haven from 14 October 2001

Minffordd from 14 October 2001

Morfa Mawddach from 14 October 2001

Mountain Ash

Nantwich from 14 October 2001

Narberth from 14 October 2001

Neath from 1 April 2002

Neston from 28 September 2003

Newport (South Wales) from 1 April 2002

Newtown (Powys) from 14 October 2001

Ninian Park

Pantyffynnon from 14 October 2001

Pembrey & Burry Port from 14 October 2001

Pembroke from 14 October 2001

Pembroke Dock from 14 October 2001

Penally from 14 October 2001

Penarth

Pencoed from 14 October 2001

Pengam

Penhelig from 14 October 2001

Penmaenmawr from 28 September 2003

Penrhiwceiber

Penrhyndeudraeth from 14 October 2001

Pensarn from 14 October 2001

Pentre-Bach

Pen-y-Bont from 14 October 2001

Penychain from 14 October 2001

Penyffordd from 28 September 2003

Pontarddulais from 14 October 2001

Pontlottyn

Pontyclun from 14 October 2001

Pont-y-Pant from 28 September 2003

Pontypool & New Inn from 14 October 2001

Pontypridd

Porthmadog from 14 October 2001

Port Talbot Parkway from 1 April 2002

Porth

Prees from 14 October 2001

Prestatyn from 28 September 2003

Pwllheli from 14 October 2001

Pyle from 14 October 2001

Quakers Yard

Radyr

Rhiwbina

Rhosneigr from 28 September 2003

Rhyl from 28 September 2003

Rhymney

Roman Bridge from 28 September 2003

Ruabon from 14 October 2001

Runcorn East from 28 September 2003

Sarn from 14 October 2001

Saundersfoot from 14 October 2001

Severn Tunnel Junction from 14 October 2001

Shotton from 28 September 2003

Shrewsbury from 14 October 2001

Skewen from 14 October 2001

Sugar Loaf from 14 October 2001

Swansea from 1 April 2002

Taffs Well

Talsarnau from 14 October 2001

Talybont from 14 October 2001

Tal-y-Cafn from 28 September 2003

Tenby from 14 October 2001

Tir-Phil

Tondu from 14 October 2001

Tonfanau from 14 October 2001

Ton Pentre

Tonypandy

Trefforest

Trefforest Estate

Trehafod

Treherbert

Treorchy

Troed-y-rhiw

Ty Croes from 28 September 2003

Ty Glas

Tygwyn from 14 October 2001

Tywyn from 14 October 2001

Upton (Merseyside) from 28 September 2003

Valley from 28 September 2003

Waun-Gron Park

Welshpool from 14 October 2001

Wem from 14 October 2001

Whitchurch (Cardiff)

Whitchurch (Shropshire) from 14 October 2001

Whitland from 14 October 2001

Wildmill from 14 October 2001

Wrenbury from 14 October 2001

Wrexham Central from 28 September 2003

Wrexham General from 28 September 2003

Ynyswen

Yorton from 14 October 2001

Ystrad Mynach

Ystrad Rhondda

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 27 July 2001; from 12 October 2001 (trading as Wales & Borders Trains); revoked 27 April 2004

Cardiff Canton

Holyhead from 28 September 2003

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 27 July 2001; from 12 October 2001 (trading as Wales & Borders Trains); revoked 27 April 2004

Carillion Capital Projects Limited

Formerly McAlpine Capital Projects Limited (to 9 May 2004) then Alfred McAlpine Capital Projects Limited (from 10 May 2004 to 17 March 2008)

Licence exemption 2004 No 7

Consultation began 5 March 2004; from 26 April 2004; revoked 4 October 2017

Non-passenger road/rail vehicles and rail-mounted plant within possessions only

Carillion Construction Limited

Non-passenger licence exemption 2001 No 6

Consultation began 2 February 2001; from 11 April 2001; revoked 23 January 2003

Plant and machinery exclusively used for network maintenance

Network licence UK 03 2005 0003

Consultation began 24 December 2004; from 7 March 2005; revoked 30 May 2013

Network not defined

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2005 0002

Consultation began 24 December 2004; from 7 March 2005; revoked 30 May 2013

Licence exemption 2005 No 2

Consultation began 24 December 2004; from 18 March 2005; revoked 23 January 2018

Light maintenance depots:

Crewe

Kings Norton

Rugby

Carillion JM Limited

Formerly John Mowlem & Company plc (to 30 December 2002) then Mowlem plc (31 December 2002 to 24 April 2006) then Mowlem Limited (25 April 2006 to 23 May 2006)

Licence exemption 2000 No 3

Consultation began 14 April 2000; from 28 June 2000; revoked 18 September 2017

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Catena Rail Limited

Licence exemption

Consultation began 6 February 2002

Activity not defined

Licence exemption 2004 No 9

Consultation began 14 May 2004; from 9 July 2004; revoked 11 July 2005

Non-passenger rail-road vehicles and rail mounted maintenance machines within possession only

Note: ORR website refers to the company in this application erroneously as 'Cantena Rail'

CAT-UK Services Limited

Licence exemption 2010 No 19

Consultation began 2 November 2010; from 30 November 2010

Network forming Castle Bromwich railfreight terminal and approved extensions, any passenger or non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Centrac Limited

Formerly Central Track Renewals Company Limited (to 8 April 1996)

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 1 March 1996 (Tarmac Construction Limited)

Network licence

Consultation began 24 March 1995; from 10 December 1995; revoked 23 January 2003

Sidings, yards, etc.

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 24 March 1995; from 10 December 1995; revoked 23 January 2003

Licence exemption 1995 No 15

Consultation began 24 March 1995; from 10 December 1995; revoked 23 January 2003

Light maintenance depots:

Carnforth

Crewe

Kings Norton

March

Rugby

Central Infrastructure Maintenance Co Limited

See GT Railway Maintenance Limited

Central Track Renewals Company Limited

See Centrac Limited

Central Trains Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 2 March 1997 (National Express plc)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 22 September 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 8 January 2008 not on ORR register

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 1995 0022

Consultation began 22 September 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 8 January 2008

Birmingham Soho transferred to Maintrain 25 July 1999

Birmingham Tyseley transferred to Maintrain 25 July 1999

Cambridge Coldham Lane unclear whether this transferred to Maintrain 25 July 1999 or not

Machynlleth transferred to Maintrain 25 July 1999

Nottingham Eastcroft transferred to Maintrain 25 July 1999

Shrewsbury Abbey Foregate

Worcester Shrub Hill transferred to Maintrain 25 July 1999

Station licence UK 03 1995 0021

Consultation began 22 September 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 8 January 2008

Aberdovey to 14 October 2001

Abererch to 14 October 2001

Aberystwyth to 14 October 2001

Acocks Green

Acton Bridge

Adderley Park

Albrighton

Alfreton

Alsager

Alvechurch

Ambergate

Ancaster

Aslockton

Aston

Atherstone

Attenborough

Attleborough to 1 April 2004

Barlaston

Barmouth to 14 October 2001

Barnt Green

Barrow-upon-Soar

Bearley

Bedworth

Beeston

Belper

Berkswell

Bescot Stadium

Bilbrook

Bingham

Birmingham Moor Street to 8 July 2003

Birmingham Snow Hill

Blake Street

Blakedown

Bleasby

Bloxwich North

Bloxwich

Blythe Bridge

Bordesley

Borth to 14 October 2001

Boston

Bottesford

Bournville

Brandon to 1 April 2004

Bromsgrove

Bulwell

Burton Joyce

Burton-on-Trent

Butlers Lane

Caersws to 14 October 2001

Canley

Cannock

Carlton

Chester Road

Chirk to 14 October 2001

Claverdon

Codsall

Coleshill Parkway from 17 August 2007

Collingham

Colwall

Coseley

Cosford

Cradley Heath

Creswell

Criccieth to 14 October 2001

Cromford

Danzey

Dorridge

Dovey Junction to 14 October 2001

Droitwich Spa

Duddeston

Dudley Port

Duffield

Dyffryn Ardudwy to 14 October 2001

Earlswood (West Midlands)

Eccles Road to 1 April 2004

Elton & Orston

Erdington

Etruria to 13 December 2005

Fairbourne to 14 October 2001

Fiskerton

Five Ways

Four Oaks

Gainsborough Lea Road

Gobowen to 14 October 2001

Gravelly Hill

Great Malvern

Hagley

Hall Green

Hampton-in-Arden

Hamstead

Harlech to 14 October 2001

Harling Road to 1 April 2004

Hartford

Hartlebury

Hatton to 28 March 2004

Havenhouse

Heckington

Hednesford

Henley-in-Arden

Hinckley (Leics)

Hubberts Bridge

Hucknall

Hykeham

Jewellery Quarter

Kidderminster

Kidsgrove

Kings Norton

Kirkby-in-Ashfield from 18 November 1996

Lakenheath to 1 April 2004

Landywood

Langley Green

Langley Mill

Langwith-Whaley Thorns

Lapworth to 28 March 2004

Lea Hall

Leamington Spa to 28 March 2004

Ledbury

Lichfield City

Lichfield Trent Valley

Lincoln

Llanaber to 14 October 2001

Llanbedr to 14 October 2001

Llandanwg to 14 October 2001

Llandecwyn to 14 October 2001

Llwyngwril to 14 October 2001

Long Eaton

Longbridge

Longport

Longton

Loughborough

Lowdham

Lye

Machynlleth to 14 October 2001

Malvern Link

Manea to 1 April 2004

Mansfield Town

Mansfield Woodhouse

March to 1 April 2004

Market Rasen

Marston Green

Matlock Bath

Matlock

Melton Mowbray

Metheringham

Minffordd to 14 October 2001

Morfa Mawddach to 14 October 2001

Narborough

Netherfield

Newark Castle

Newstead

Newtown to 14 October 2001

Northfield

Norton Bridge

Nottingham

Nuneaton

Oakengates

Oakham

Old Hill

Olton

Peartree

Penhelig to 14 October 2001

Penkridge

Penrhyndeudraeth to 14 October 2001

Pensarn to 14 October 2001

Penychain to 14 October 2001

Perry Barr

Polesworth

Porthmadog to 14 October 2001

Pwllheli to 14 October 2001

Radcliffe (Nottinghamshire)

Rauceby

Redditch

Rolleston

Rowley Regis

Ruabon to 14 October 2001

Rugeley Town

Rugeley Trent Valley

Ruskington

Sandwell & Dudley

Saxilby

Selly Oak

Shenstone

Shifnal

Shippea Hill to 1 April 2004

Shirebrook

Shirley

Shrewsbury to 14 October 2001

Sileby

Sinfin Central terminated 30 September 1998

Sinfin North terminated 30 September 1998

Skegness

Sleaford

Small Heath

Smethwick Galton Bridge

Smethwick Rolfe Street

Smethwick West to 1 October 1996

Solihull

South Wigston

Spalding

Spondon

Spooner Row to 1 April 2004

Spring Road

Stamford

Stechford

Stone

Stourbridge Junction

Stourbridge Town

Stratford-upon-Avon

Sutton Coldfield

Sutton Parkway

Swinderby

Swineshead

Syston

Talsarnau to 14 October 2001

Talybont to 14 October 2001

Tame Bridge

Tamworth

Telford Central

The Hawthorns

The Lakes (Warks)

Thetford to 1 April 2004

Thorpe Culvert

Thurgarton

Tile Hill

Tipton

Tonfanau to 14 October 2001

Tutbury & Hatton

Tygwyn to 14 October 2001

Tyseley

Tywyn to 14 October 2001

University (Birmingham)

Uttoxeter

Wainfleet

Walsall

Warwick to 28 March 2004

Water Orton

Wedgwood

Wellington (Shropshire)

Welshpool to 14 October 2001

Whatstandwell

Whitlocks End

Whittlesea to 1 April 2004

Widney Manor

Willington

Wilmcote

Wilnecote

Winsford

Witton

Wood End

Wootton Wawen

Worcester Foregate Street

Worcester Shrub Hill

Wylde Green

Wymondham to 1 April 2004

Wythall

Yardley Wood

Non-passenger licence UK 03 1995 0020

Consultation began 22 September 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 8 January 2008

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0016

From 28 November 2005 (backdated to 12 November 1995); revoked 8 January 2008

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0017

From 28 November 2005; revoked 8 January 2008

European freight licence

From 28 November 2005; revoked 11 May 2006

Freight SNRP

From 28 November 2005; revoked 11 May 2006

Note that there is no record of a European freight licence or SNRP on the ORR register, just a letter revoking them (that also quotes the start date). Given the short time that they were in force it is supposed that they were issued in error

Centre For Advanced Transport Engineering And Research – Europe Ltd

Licence exemption

Consultation began 19 March 2021

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Certas plc

Licence exemption 2002 No 3

From 9 August 2002; revoked 21 May 2004

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Ceva Logistics Limited

Formerly TNT Logistics UK Limited (to 10 December 2006)

Licence exemption 2001 No 9

From 6 December 2001; revoked 11 August 2005

Network forming Birch Coppice terminal; additional sidings at Birch Coppice, non-passenger trains shunting on network

Licence exemption 2005 No 7

Consultation began 24 June 2005; from 29 July 2005

Network forming loop siding and headshunt making end-on connection to Birch Coppice exchange sidings, any non-passenger on network

Chiltern Rail Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Department for Transport

Formerly DfT OLR11 Limited (6 March 2019 to 16 February 2021)

European passenger licence UK 01 2020 0005

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2020 0019

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Depots not defined

Station licence UK 03 2020 0018

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Stations not defined

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2020 0017

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2020 0005

From 10 September 2020

The Chiltern Railway Company Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 21 July 1996 (M40 Trains Limited)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 17 February 1995; from 30 April 1995

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 1995 0016

Consultation began 17 February 1995; from 30 April 1995

Aylesbury

Banbury from 24 April 2017

London Marylebone removed 11 January 2017 but effective from September 2005

Stourbridge North from August 2003

Wembley Stadium from 10 June 2005

Station licence UK 03 1995 0015

Consultation began 17 February 1995; from 30 April 1995

Aylesbury

Aylesbury Vale Parkway from 14 December 2008

Banbury

Beaconsfield

Bicester North

Bicester Town from 22 May 2011, renamed Bicester Village on new site from 25 October 2015

Birmingham Moor Street from 22 June 2003

Birmingham Moor Street [terminus] from 17 May 2003

Denham Golf Club

Denham

Dorridge from 14 November 2010

Gerrards Cross

Great Missenden

Haddenham & Thame Parkway

Hatton from 28 March 2004

High Wycombe

Islip from 22 May 2011

Kings Sutton

Lapworth from 28 March 2004

Leamington Spa from 28 March 2004

Little Kimble

London Marylebone

Monks Risborough

Northolt Park

Oxford Parkway from 25 October 2015

Princes Risborough

Princes Risborough [second platform] from 15 November 2000

Saunderton

Seer Green & Jordans

Solihull from 14 November 2010

South Ruislip

Stoke Mandeville

Sudbury & Harrow Road

Sudbury Hill Harrow

Warwick from 28 March 2004

Warwick Parkway from 13 September 2000

Wembley Stadium

Wendover

West Ruislip

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2005 0005

Consultation began 17 August 2005, from 16 September 2005

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0018

From 28 November 2005

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0019

From 28 November 2005

European freight licence UK 01 2005 0020

From 28 November 2005

Freight SNRP UK 02 2005 0021

From 28 November 2005

Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway Company Limited

Licence exemption 1994 No 1

Consultation began 11 July 1994; from 11 August 1994; revoked 28 September 2015 not on ORR register

Network forming line defined in The Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway Order 1994 S.I.1803, any passenger or non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Also stations:

Chinnor

any other on network

Licence exemption 1996 No 6

From 26 March 1996; revoked 28 September 2015 not on ORR register

Network forming line defined in the Chinnor & Princes Risborough (Extension) Order 1995 S.I.2458, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Licence exemption H/15/01

Consultation began 20 August 2015; from 28 September 2015; corrigendum correcting name ('&' rather than 'and') 18 April 2016

Network forming The Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway and approved extensions, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Exemption replaces 1994 No 1 and 1996 No 6

Chipman Rail plc

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 16 August 1996; from 27 September 1996; revoked 24 April 1998

Cholsey & Wallingford Railway Preservation Society

Licence exemption 1994 No 2

Consultation began 28 October 1994; from 14 December 1994

Network forming line defined in The Cholsey & Wallingford Light Railway Order 1989 S.I.1883 and The Cholsey & Wallingford (Extension and Amendment) Order 1992 S.I.1113, any station or light maintenance depot on network

Chrysalis Rail Services Limited

Licence exemption L/20/02

Consultation began 19 March 2020; from 20 April 2020

Landore light maintenance depot and any train on the network within the depot

Churnet Valley Railway (1992) plc

Network licence exemption 1997 No 1

Consultation began 25 October 1996; from 26 March 1997

Network forming line defined in The Churnet Valley Railway Light Railway Order 1996 S.I.1996/1267, any passenger or non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Also stations:

Cheddleton

any other on network

Clarke Chapman Facilities Management Limited

Licence exemption NE/15/04

Consultation began 15 November 2016; from 6 January 2017

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Cleartrack (Evl) Limited

Formerly Cleartrack (Salcey-Evl) Limited (to 1 September 2010)

Licence exemption 2009 No 21

Consultation began 30 July 2009; from 27 August 2009

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Cleartrack (Salcey-Evl) Limited

See Cleartrack (EVL) Limited

Clough Smith Rail Limited

Licence exemption 2009 No 17

Consultation began 21 July 2009; from 19 August 2009; revoked 21 September 2012

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Colas Rail Limited

Formerly South West Infrastructure Maintenance Company Limited (to 18 September 1996) then AMEC Rail Limited (19 September 1996 to 22 July 2003) then AMEC Spie Rail (UK) Limited (23 July 2003 to 27 June 2007)

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 18 April 1996 (Amec plc)

Network licence UK 03 1995 0030

Consultation began 20 October 1995; from 10 December 1995

Sidings, yards, etc.

Non-passenger licence UK 03 1995 0029

Consultation began 20 October 1995; from 10 December 1995

European freight licence UK 01 2012 0002

Consultation began 21 May 2012; from 25 May 2012

Freight SNRP UK 02 2012 0002

From 25 May 2012

Connex South Central Limited

See South Central Limited

Connex South Eastern Limited

Formerly The South Eastern Train Company Limited (6 January 1995 to 13 October 1996)

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 13 October 1996 (Connex Rail Limited)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 27 January 1995; from 23 July 1995; revoked 2 February 2004

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 27 January 1995; from 23 July 1995; revoked 2 February 2004

Ashford (Kent)

Gillingham (Kent)

Grosvenor Road

Grove Park

Orpington

Ramsgate

St Leonards West Marina

Slade Green

Station licence

Consultation began 27 January 1995; from 23 July 1995; revoked 2 February 2004

Abbey Wood

Addiscombe to 31 May 1997

Adisham

Albany Park

Ashford (Kent)

Aylesford

Aylesham

Barming

Barnehurst

Bat & Ball

Battle

Bearsted

Beckenham Hill

Beckenham Junction

Bekesbourne

Bellingham

Beltring

Belvedere

Bexley

Bexleyheath

Bickley

Birchington-on-Sea

Blackheath

Borough Green & Wrotham

Brixton

Broadstairs

Bromley North

Bromley South

Canterbury East

Canterbury West

Catford Bridge

Catford

Charing

Charlton

Chartham

Chatham

Chelsfield

Chestfield & Swalecliffe

Chilham

Chislehurst

Clock House

Crayford

Crofton Park

Crowhurst

Cuxton

Dartford

Deal

Denmark Hill

Deptford

Dover Priory

Dumpton Park

Dunton Green

East Farleigh

East Malling

Eden Park

Edenbridge (Kent)

Elmers End

Elmstead Woods

Eltham

Erith

Etchingham

Eynsford

Falconwood

Farningham Road

Faversham

Folkestone Central

Folkestone Harbour

Folkestone West

Frant

Gillingham (Kent)

Godstone

Gravesend

Greenhithe for Bluewater

Greenwich

Grove Park

Halling

Harrietsham

Hastings

Hayes (Kent)

Headcorn

Herne Bay

Herne Hill

High Brooms

Highham

Hildenborough

Hither Green

Hollingbourne

Kearsney

Kemsing

Kemsley

Kent House

Kidbrooke

Knockholt

Ladywell

Lee

Leigh (Kent)

Lenham

Lewisham

London Bridge

London Charing Cross

London Cannon Street to 7 January 2003

Longfield

Lower Sydenham

Maidstone Barracks

Maidstone East

Maidstone West

Marden (Kent)

Margate

Martin Mill

Maze Hill

Meopham

Minster

Mottingham

New Beckenham

New Cross

New Eltham

New Hythe

Newington

Northfleet

Nunhead

Nutfield

Orpington

Otford

Paddock Wood

Penge East

Penshurst

Petts Wood

Pluckley

Plumstead

Queenborough

Rainham (Kent)

Ramsgate

Ravensbourne

Robertsbridge

Rochester

St Johns (London)

St Leonards Warrior Square

St Mary Cray

Sandling

Sandwich

Selling

Sevenoaks

Sheerness-on-Sea

Shepherds Well

Shoreham (Kent)

Shortlands

Sidcup

Sittingbourne

Slade Green

Snodland

Snowdown

Sole Street

Staplehurst

Stone Crossing

Stonegate

Strood (Kent)

Sturry

Sundridge Park

Swale

Swanley

Swanscombe

Sydenham Hill

Teynham

Tonbridge

Tunbridge Wells

Wadhurst

Walmer

Wateringbury

Waterloo East

Welling

Westcombe Park

West Dulwich

Westenhanger

Westgate-on-Sea

West Malling

West St Leonards

West Wickham

Whitstable

Woodside to 31 May 1997

Woolwich Arsenal

Woolwich Dockyard

Wye

Yalding

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 27 January 1995; from 23 July 1995; revoked 2 February 2004

Construction Marine Limited

Licence exemption 2010 No 10

Consultation began 26 August 2010; from 27 September 2010

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Coombes Forestry Limited

Licence exemption NP/19/02

Consultation began 25 January 2019; from 28 February 2019

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Corby Rail Services Limited

Licence exemption 1999 No 1

From 12 February 1999

Network forming lines to Gefco UK and Autolink terminals

Creative Logistics Limited

Licence exemption 2001 No 1

Consultation began 28 July 2000; from 17 January 2001; company dissolved 16 November 2010

Network forming Salford Duncan Street terminal, any passenger or non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Cross Country Rail Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Department for Transport

Formerly Broadway Rail Limited (7 February 2003 to 27 September 2012) then West Coast Main Line Company Limited (28 September 2012 to 5 March 2019) then DfT OLR6 Limited (6 March 2019 to 16 February 2021)

European passenger licence UK 01 2006 0007

Consultation began 22 August 2006; from 20 September 2006

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2006 0007

From 20 September 2006

Station licence

Consultation began 2 November 2012

Stations not defined

It is thought that this application formed part of preparations should the West Coast franchise agreement have failed.

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2019 0014

Consultation began 8 May 2019; from 22 August 2019

Depots not defined

Note, incorrectly labelled as UK 03 0014

Station licence UK 03 2019 0013

Consultation began 8 May 2019; from 22 August 2019

Stations not defined

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2019 00012

Consultation began 8 May 2019; from 22 August 2019

Cross Country Trains Limited

See DfT OLR2 Limited

CrossCountry Trains Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 28 November 1996 (Virgin Rail Group Limited)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 21 July 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 8 January 2008 not on ORR register

Non-passenger licence UK 03 1995 0023

Consultation began 21 July 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 8 January 2008

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0022

From 30 March 2007; revoked 8 January 2008

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0023

From 28 November 2005; revoked 8 January 2008

European freight licence UK 01 2005 0024

From 30 March 2007; revoked 8 January 2008

Freight SNRP UK 02 2005 0025

From 28 November 2005; revoked 8 January 2008