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Companies beginning F

Last update 9 May 2019

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Fastline Group Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 20 October 1997 (Jarvis plc)

Network licence

From 12 November 1995; revoked 15 July 2011

Network not defined

Non-passenger licence

From 12 November 1995; revoked 15 July 2011 (not on ORR register)

Fastline Limited

Formerly Western Track Renewals Company (to 27 February 1998) then Jarvis Fastline (28 February 1998 to 7 November 2004)

Licence exemption

Consultation began 5 May 1998

Activity not defined

Licence exemption

Consultation began 2 April 2002; presumed granted 3 May 2002; revoked 11 February 2003

Light maintenance depots:

Bedford Grain Warehouse

Doncaster Marshgate

Doncaster Roberts Road

Hitchin Nightingale Road

Horsham

Inverness

Kilmarnock Workshops

Liverpool Edge Hill

Liverpool Tuebrook

Manchester Guide Bridge

Newcastle Forth Banks

Nottingham Eastcroft

Perth

Rutherglen

Shettleston

Slateford

York Leeman Road

Licence exemption 2003 No 2

From 7 February 2003; revoked 27 May 2010 (not on ORR register)

Light maintenance depots:

Bedford Grain Warehouse

Doncaster Marshgate

Doncaster Roberts Road

Hitchin Nightingale Road

Horsham

Inverness

Kilmarnock Workshops

Liverpool Edge Hill

Liverpool Tuebrook

Manchester Guide Bridge

Newcastle Forth Banks

Nottingham Eastcroft

Perth

Rutherglen

Shettleston

Slateford

York Leeman Road

European freight licence UK 01 2006 0005

Consultation began 5 June 2006; from 24 July 2006; revoked 27 May 2010

Freight SNRP UK 02 2006 0005

Consultation began 5 June 2006; from 24 July 2006; revoked 27 May 2010 (also revoked in letter 6 August 2010)

A network licence was revoked on 15 July 2011; it is assumed that this was the Fastline Group 1995 one (above)

Fastline Track Renewals Limited

Formerly Eastern Track Renewals Company Limited (to 15 March 1996); see also Jarvis Fastline Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 15 March 1996 (Fastline Rail Services plc); change of control 20 October 1997 (Jarvis plc)

Licence exemption 1995 No 10

From 9 November 1995; revoked 11 February 2003

Light maintenance depots:

Bedford Grain Warehouse

Hitchin Nightingale Road

Newcastle Forth Banks

Nottingham Eastcroft

York Leeman Road

Non-passenger licence UK 03 1995 0017

From 12 November 1995; revoked 11 February 2003 (also revoked in letter 6 August 2010)

Network licence UK 03 1995 0018

From 12 November 1995; revoked 11 February 2003 (also revoked in letter 15 July 2011 on account of there being no licenced activity in the previous year)

* marshalling yards, holding sidings and recess sidings; * comprised in a railway goods terminal; * comprised in a light maintenance depot or which connects a light maintenance depot or track within a light maintenance depot to any part of a network operated by a person other than the licence holder; * which connects a network operated by another person to a network operated by that person or by a third person; * which is situated within a harbour or harbour area * which connects a network situated on premises used for the purposes of: o an industrial undertaking (other than an undertaking consisting in the operation of a light maintenance depot); o an undertaking engaged in the generation of electrical energy, including a nuclear installation; or o a mine or quarry for the purposes of the Mines and Quarries Act 1954 to any part of a network operated by another person;

Felixstowe Dock And Railway Company

Licence exemption 2010 No 11

Consultation began 27 September 2010; from 29 October 2010

Network forming Felixstowe dock lines and Felixstowe Beach line

Licence exemption 2010 No 17

Consultation began 27 September 2010; from 23 November 2010

Non-passenger trains shunting on above line only

First Capital Connect Limited

Formerly First GNTL Limited (to 27 December 2005) before operations started, this name appearing on licence applications

European passenger licence UK 01 2006 0004

Consultation began 23 December 2005; from 1 April 2006

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2006 0009

From 1 April 2006

Bedford Carriage Sheds

Bedford Cauldwell

Brighton Down Main Carriage Sidings
(from 6 July 2014)

Cricklewood Sidings
(from 4 December 2006)

Hornsey

Letchworth

Welwyn Garden City

Station licence UK 03 2006 0008

Consultation began 23 December 2005; from 1 April 2006

Alexandra Palace

Arlesey

Ashwell & Morden

Baldock

Bayford

Bedford

Biggleswade

Bowes Park

Brookmans Park

City Thameslink

Crews Hill

Cricklewood

Cuffley

Downham Market

Drayton Park

Elephant & Castle

Elstree & Borehamwood

Enfield Chase

Essex Road

Finsbury Park

Flitwick

Foxton

Gordon Hill

Grange Park

Hadley Wood

Harlington

Harpenden

Harringay

Hatfield

Haydons Road

Hendon

Hertford North

Highbury & Islington

Hitchin

Hornsey

Huntingdon

Kentish Town

Kings Cross Thameslink

Kings Lynn

Knebworth

Leagrave

Letchworth

Littleport

London Blackfriars

Loughborough Junction

Luton

Meldreth

Mill Hill Broadway

Moorgate

Morden South

New Barnet

New Southgate

Oakleigh Park

Old Street

Palmers Green

Potters Bar

Radlett

Royston

St Albans

St Helier

St Neots

Sandy

Shepreth

South Merton

Stevenage

Sutton Common

Tooting

Waterbeach

Watlington

Watton-At-Stone

Welham Green

Welwyn Garden City

Welwyn North

West Hampstead Thameslink

West Sutton

Wimbledon Chase

Winchmore Hill

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2006 0007

Consultation began 23 December 2005; from 1 April 2006

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2006 0004

Consultation began 23 December 2005; from 1 April 2006

It is notable that these licences have not yet (2017) been revoked, three years after operations ceased

First Engineering Limited

Formerly Scotland Infrastructure Maintenance Co Limited; now Babcock Rail Limited

First Greater Western Limited

European passenger licence UK 01 2006 0002

Consultation began 23 December 2005; from 1 April 2006

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2006 0003

Consultation began 23 December 2005; from 1 April 2006

Bristol St Philips Marsh

Exeter

London Old Oak Common
(removed 9 December 2018)

Penzance

Plymouth Laira

Reading

Swansea High Street

Swansea Landore
(removed 1 April 2019)

West Ealing Sidings
(added 3 January 2017)

West Ealing Sidings were originally listed erroneously on GW Railway's licence on one part of the ORR website; this was corrected and backdated to the correct date on this licence on 20 January 2017

Station licence UK 03 2006 0002

From 1 April 2006

Acton Main Line
(to 10 December 2017)

Aldermaston

Appleford

Ascott-Under-Wychwood

Ashchurch for Tewkesbury

Avoncliff

Avonmouth

Barnstaple

Bath Spa

Bedminster

Bedwyn

Bere Alston

Bere Ferrers

Betchworth

Bicester Town
(to 22 May 2011)

Blackwater

Bodmin Parkway

Bourne End

Bradford-on-Avon

Bramley

Bridgwater

Bristol Parkway

Bristol Temple Meads
(to 1 April 2014)

Bruton

Bugle

Burnham
(to 10 December 2017)

Calstock

Cam & Dursley

Camborne

Carbis Bay

Castle Bar Park

Castle Cary

Causeland

Chapelton (Devon)

Charlbury

Cheltenham Spa

Chetnole

Chilworth

Chippenham

Cholsey

Clifton Down

Combe

Cookham

Coombe (Cornwall)

Copplestone

Crediton

Crowthorne

Culham

Dawlish Warren

Dawlish

Dean

Devonport

Didcot Parkway

Digby

Dilton Marsh

Dockyard

Dorchester West

Dorking Deepdene

Dorking West

Drayton Green

Dunbridge

Ealing Broadway
(to 10 December 2017)

Eggesford

Evesham

Exeter Central

Exeter St Davids

Exeter St Thomas

Exmouth

Exton

Falmouth Docks

Falmouth Town

Farnborough North

Filton

Finstock

Freshford

Frome

Furze Platt

Gloucester

Gomshall

Goring & Streatley

Gunnislake

Hanborough

Hanwell
(to 10 December 2017)

Hayes & Harlington
(to 10 December 2017)

Hayle

Henley on Thames

Heyford

Highbridge

Honeybourne

Hungerford

Islip
(to 22 May 2011)

Iver
(to 10 December 2017)

Ivybridge

Kemble

Keyham

Keynsham

Kingham

Kings Nympton

Kintbury

Langley
(to 10 December 2017)

Lapford

Lawrence Hill

Lelant Saltings

Lelant

Liskeard

Looe

Lostwithiel

Luxulyan

Lympstone Commando

Lympstone Village

Maiden Newton

Maidenhead

Marlow

Melksham

Menheniot

Midgham

Montpelier

Morchard Road

Moreton in Marsh

Mortimer

Nailsea & Backwell

Newbury Racecourse

Newbury

Newcourt
(from 4 June 2015)

Newquay

Newton Abbot

Newton St Cyres

North Camp

Oldfield Park

Oxford

Paignton

Pangbourne

Par

Parson Street

Patchway

Penmere

Penryn (Cornwall)

Penzance

Perranwell

Pershore

Pewsey

Pilning

Plymouth

Polsloe Bridge

Portsmouth Arms

Pyle

Quintrell Downs

Radley

Reading
(to 1 April 2014)

Reading West

Redland

Redruth

Roche

Romsey

St Andrews Road

St Austell

St Budeaux Ferry Road

St Budeaux Victoria Road

St Columb Road

St Erth

St Germans

St Ives

St James Park Exeter

St Keyne

Saltash

Sandhurst

Sandplace

Sea Mills

Severn Beach

Shalford

Shiplake

Shipton

Shirehampton

Slough

South Greenford

Southall
(to 10 December 2017)

Stapleton Road

Starcross

Stonehouse

Stroud (Glos)

Swindon

Tackley

Taplow
(to 10 December 2017)

Taunton

Teignmouth

Thatcham

Theale

Thornford

Tilehurst

Tiverton Parkway

Topsham

Torquay

Torre

Totnes

Trowbridge

Truro

Twyford

Umberleigh

Wargrave

Warminster

Westbury

West Drayton
(to 10 December 2017)

West Ealing
(to 10 December 2017)

Weston Milton

Weston-super-Mare

Windsor & Eton Central

Worle

Yate

Yatton

Yeoford

Yeovil Pen Mill

Yetminster

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2006 0001

Consultation began 23 December 2005; from 1 April 2006

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2006 0002

From 1 April 2006

First Great Western Link Limited

Formerly First Thames Trains Limited (to 31 March 2004) before operations started, this name appearing on licence applications

Passenger licence

Consultation began 6 February 2004; from 26 March 2004; revoked 30 August 2006

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 6 February 2004; from 26 March 2004; revoked 30 August 2006

Reading

Station licence

Consultation began 6 February 2004; from 26 March 2004; revoked 30 August 2006

Acton Main Line

Aldermaston

Appleford

Ascott under Wychwood

Bedwyn

Betchworth

Bicester Town

Blackwater

Bourne End

Bramley

Burnham

Castle Bar Park

Charlbury

Chilworth

Cholsey

Combe

Cookham

Crowthorne

Culham

Dorking (Deepdene)

Dorking West

Drayton Green

Ealing Broadway

Evesham

Farnborough North

Finstock

Furze Platt

Gomshall

Goring & Streatley

Handborough

Hanwell

Hayes & Harlington

Henley-on-Thames

Heyford

Honeybourne

Hungerford

Islip

Iver

Kingham

Kintbury

Langley

Maidenhead

Marlow

Midgham

Moreton-In-Marsh

Mortimer

Newbury

Newbury Racecourse

North Camp

Oxford

Pangbourne

Pershore

Radley

Reading West

Sandhurst

Shalford

Shiplake

Shipton

Slough

South Greenford

Southall

Tackley

Taplow

Thatcham

Theale

Tilehurst

Twyford

Wargrave

West Drayton

West Ealing

Windsor & Eton Central

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 6 February 2004; from 26 March 2004; revoked 30 August 2006

EU licence notification (freight and passenger)

28 November 2005; revoked 30 August 2006

First Kent Integrated Railway Limited

Passenger licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 17 January 2006

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 17 January 2006

Station licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 17 January 2006

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 17 January 2006

First/Keolis TransPennine Limited

Change of control 9 September 2004 (3i plc); change of control 10 January 2007 (SNCF)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 10 December 2003; from 30 January 2004; revoked 17 June 2016

Station licence UK 03 2004 0002

Consultation began 10 December 2003; from 30 January 2004; revoked 17 June 2016

Arnside

Barnetby

Barrow-in-Furness

Birchwood

Brough

Burneside

Carnforth

Cleethorpes

Dewsbury

Grange-over-Sands

Grimsby Town

Huddersfield

Hull

Kendal

Malton

Manchester Airport

Middlesborough

Northallerton

Scarborough

Scunthorpe

Seamer

Selby

Stalybridge

Staveley

Thirsk

Thornaby

Ulverston

Warrington Central

Windermere

Yarm

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2004 0001

Consultation began 10 December 2003; from 30 January 2004; revoked 17 June 2016

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0038

From 28 November 2005; revoked 17 June 2016 (not on ORR register)

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0039

From 28 November 2005; revoked 17 June 2016 (not on ORR register)

European freight licence UK 01 2005 0040

From 28 November 2005; revoked 17 June 2016 (not on ORR register)

Freight SNRP UK 02 2005 0041

From 28 November 2005; revoked 17 June 2016 (not on ORR register)

First London Scottish and North East Railway Limited

Passenger licence

Application withdrawn 23 March 2005 before public consultation started

Light maintenance depot licence

Application withdrawn 23 March 2005 before public consultation started

Station licence

Application withdrawn 23 March 2005 before public consultation started

Non-passenger licence

Application withdrawn 23 March 2005 before public consultation started

First MTR South Western Trains Limited

European passenger licence UK 01 2017 0002

Consultation began 7 June 2017; from 20 August 2017

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2017 0002

Consultation began 7 June 2017; from 20 August 2017

Basingstoke Barton Mill

Bournemouth West

Farnham

Fratton

London Clapham Junction

London Strawberry Hill

London Wimbledon

Ryde St John's Road

Salisbury

Station licence UK 03 2017 0001

Consultation began 7 June 2017; from 20 August 2017

Addlestone

Aldershot

Alton

Andover

Ascot

Ash Vale

Ash

Ashford

Ashurst New Forest

Axminster

Bagshot

Barnes Bridge

Barnes

Basingstoke

Beaulieu Road

Bedhampton

Bentley

Berrylands

Bitterne

Bookham

Botley

Bournemouth

Bracknell

Brading

Branksome

Brentford

Brockenhurst

Brookwood

Bursledon

Byfleet & New Haw

Camberley

Chandlers Ford

Chertsey

Chessington North

Chessington South

Chiswick

Christchurch

Clandon

Clapham Junction
(removed 1 April 2018)

Claygate

Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon

Cosham

Cranbrook (Devon)

Crewkerne

Datchet

Dorchester South

Earley

Earlsfield

Eastleigh

Effingham Junction

Egham

Esher

Ewell West

Fareham

Farnborough

Farncombe

Farnham

Feltham

Feniton

Fleet

Fratton

Frimley

Fulwell

Gillingham

Godalming

Grateley

Guildford
(removed 1 April 2018)

Hamble

Hampton Court

Hampton Wick

Hampton

Hamworthy

Haslemere

Havant

Hedge End

Hersham

Hilsea

Hinchley Wood

Hinton Admiral

Holton Heath

Honiton

Hook

Horsley

Hounslow

Isleworth

Kempton Park

Kew Bridge

Kingston

Lake

Liphook

Liss

London Road, Guildford

Longcross

Lymington Pier

Lymington Town

Malden Manor

Martins Heron

Micheldever

Milford

Millbrook

Moreton

Mortlake

Motspur Park

Netley

New Malden

New Milton

Norbiton

North Sheen

Overton

Oxshott

Parkstone

Petersfield

Pinhoe

Pokesdown

Poole

Portchester

Portsmouth & Southsea

Portsmouth Harbour

Putney

Queenstown Road

Raynes Park

Redbridge

Richmond

Rowlands Castle

Ryde Esplanade

Ryde Pier Head

Ryde St John's Road

St Denys

St Margarets

Salisbury

Sandown

Shanklin

Shawford

Shepperton

Sherborne

Sholing

Smallbrook Junction

Southampton Airport (Parkway)

Southampton Central

Staines

Stoneleigh

Strawberry Hill

Sunbury

Sunningdale

Sunnymeads

Surbiton

Swanwick

Sway

Swaythling

Syon Lane

Teddington

Templecombe

Thames Ditton

Tisbury

Tolworth

Totton

Twickenham

Upper Halliford

Upwey

Vauxhall

Virginia Water

Walton-on-Thames

Wanborough

Wandsworth Town

Wareham

West Byfleet

Weybridge

Weymouth

Whimple

Whitchurch

Whitton

Wimbledon

Winchester

Winchfield

Windsor & Eton Riverside

Winnersh Triangle

Winnersh

Witley

Woking

Wokingham

Wool

Woolston

Worcester Park

Worplesdon

Wraysbury

Yeovil Junction

Network licence UK 03 2017 0003

Consultation began 7 June 2017; from 20 August 2017

Isle of Wight network and any train on the network

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2017 0002

From 20 August 2017

First Northern Railway Limited

Passenger licence

Application withdrawn 22 December 2004 before public consultation started

Light maintenance depot licence

Application withdrawn 22 December 2004 before public consultation started

Station licence

Application withdrawn 22 December 2004 before public consultation started

Non-passenger licence

Application withdrawn 22 December 2004 before public consultation started

First ScotRail Limited

Passenger licence

Consultation began 20 August 2004; from 11 October 2004; revoked 22 April 2015

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2004 0013

Consultation began 20 August 2004; from 11 October 2004; revoked 22 April 2015

Ayr

Corkerhill

Eastfield

Haymarket

Inverness

Perth

Shields

Yoker

Station licence UK 03 2004 0012

Consultation began 20 August 2004; from 11 October 2004; revoked 22 April 2015

Aberdeen

Aberdour

Achanalt

Achnashellach

Acnasheen

Addiewell

Airbles

Airdrie

Alexandra Parade

Alexandria

Alloa
(from 19 May 2008)

Alness

Altnabreac

Anderston

Annan

Anniesland

Arbroath

Ardgay

Ardlui

Ardrossan Harbour

Ardrossan South Beach

Ardrossan Town

Argyle Street

Arisaig

Armadale
(from 4 March 2011)

Arrochar & Tarbet

Ashfield

Attadale

Auchinleck

Aviemore

Ayr

Ballieston

Balloch

Balmossie

Banavie

Barassie

Bargeddie

Barnhill

Barrhead

Barrhill

Barry Links

Bathgate

Bearsden

Beasdale

Beauly

Bellgrove

Bellshill

Bishopbriggs

Bishopton

Blackridge
(from 12 December 2010)

Blair Atholl

Blairhill

Blantyre

Bogston

Bowling

Branchton

Brelch

Bridge of Allan

Bridge of Orchy

Bridgeton

Brora

Broughty Ferry

Burnside

Burntisland

Bushy

Caldercruix
(from 13 February 2011)

Cambuslang

Camelon

Cardenden

Cardonald

Cardross

Carlin

Carluke

Carmyle

Carnoustie

Carntyne

Carrbridge

Carstairs

Cartsdyke

Cathwart

Charing Cross (Glasgow)

Chatelherault
(from 12 December 2005)

Clarkston

Cleland

Clydebank

Coatbridge Central

Coatbridge Sunnyside

Coatdyke

Connel Ferry

Conon Bridge
(from 25 January 2013)

Corkerhill

Corpach

Corrour

Cowdenbeath

Craigendoran

Crianlarich

Croftfoot

Crookston

Crosshill

Crossmyloof

Croy

Culrain

Cumbernauld

Cupar

Curriehill

Dalgetty Bay

Dalmally

Dalmarnock

Dalmeny

Dalmuir

Dalreoch

Dalry

Dalwhinnie

Dingwall

Donrobin Castle

Drem

Drumchapel

Drumfrochar

Drumgelloch
(to 9 May 2010)

Drumgelloch
(new site, from 6 March 2011)

Drumry

Duirinish

Duke Street

Dumbarton Central

Dumbarton East

Dumbreck

Dumfries

Dunblane

Duncraig

Dundee

Dunfermline

Dunkeld & Birnam

Dunlop

Dyce

Easterhouse

East Kilbride

Edinburgh Park

Elgin

Exhibition Centre

Fairlie

Falkirk Grahamston

Falkirk High

Falls of Cruachan

Fauldhouse

Fearn

Forres

Forsinard

Fort Matilda

Fort William

Garelochhead

Garrowhill

Garscadden

Garve

Georgemas Junction

Giffnock

Girvan

Glasgow Central Low Level

Glasgow Queen Street Low Level

Glasgow Queen Street

Gleneagles

Glenfinnan

Glengarnock

Glenrothes

Golf Street

Golspie

Gourock

Greenfaulds

Greenock Central

Greenock West

Gretna Green

Hairmyres

Hamilton Central

Hamilton West

Hartwood

Hawkhead

Haymarket

Helensburgh Central

Helensburgh Upper

Helmsdale

High Street

Hillfoot

Hillington East

Hillington West

Holytown

Howwood

Huntly

Hyndland

IBM

Insch

Invergordon

Invergowrie

Inverkeithing

Inverkip

Inverness

Invershin

Inverurie

Irvine

Johnstone

Jordanhill

Keith

Kelvindale
(from 26 September 2005)

Kennishead

Kildonan

Kilmarnock

Kilmaurs

Kilpatrick

Kilwinning

Kinbrace

Kinghorn

King's Park

Kingsknowe

Kingussie

Kirkcaldy

Kirkconnel

Kirkhill

Kirknewton

Kirkwood

Kyle of Lochalsh

Ladybank

Lairg

Lambhill

Lanark

Langbank

Langside

Larbert

Largs

Larkhall
(from 12 December 2005)

Laurencekirk
(from 17 May 2009)

Lenzie

Leuchars

Linlithgow

Livingston North

Livingston South

Loch Awe

Loch Eil Outward Bound

Lochailort

Locheilside

Lochgelly

Lochluichart

Lochwinnoch

Lockerbie

Longniddry

Mallaig

Markinch

Maryhill

Maxwell Park

Maybole

Merryton
(from 12 December 2005)

Milliken Park

Milngavie

Monifieth

Montrose

Morar

Mosspark

Motherwell

Mount Florida

Mount Vernon

Muir of Ord

Muirend

Musselburgh

Nairn

Neilston

New Cumnock

Newton

Newtonmore

Newton-On-Ayr

Nitshill

North Berwick

North Queensferry

Oban

Paisley Canal

Paisley Gilmour Street

Paisley St James

Partick

Patterton

Perth

Pithlochry

Plockton

Pollokshaws East

Pollokshaws West

Pollokshields East

Pollokshields West

Polmont

Port Glasgow

Portlethen

Possilpark & Parkhouse

Prestonpans

Prestwick Town

Priesthill & Darnley

Queens Park

Rannoch

Renton

Rogart

Rosyth

Roy Bridge

Rutherglen

Saltcoats

Sanquhar

Scotscalder

Scotstounhill

Shawlands

Shettleston

Shieldmuir

Shotts

Singer

Slateford

South Gyle

Spean Bridge

Springburn

Springfield

Stepps

Stevenston

Stewarton

Stirling

Stonehaven

Stranraer

Strathcarron

Stromeferry

Summerston

Tain

Taynuilt

Thornliebank

Thorntonhall

Thurso

Troon

Tulloch

Tyndrum Lower

Uddingston

Uphall

Upper Tyndrum

Wallyford

Wemyss Bay

West Calder

Wester Hailes

Westerton

West Kilbride

Whifflet

Whinhill

Whitecraigs

Wick

Williamwood

Wishaw

Woodhall

Yoker

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2004 0011

Consultation began 20 August 2004; from 11 October 2004; revoked 22 April 2015

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0034

From 28 November 2005; revoked 22 April 2015

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0035

From 28 November 2005; revoked 22 April 2015

European freight licence UK 01 2005 0036

From 28 November 2005; revoked 22 April 2015

Freight SNRP UK 02 2005 0037

From 28 November 2005; revoked 22 April 2015

First Thames Trains Limited

See First Great Western Link Limited

First TransPennine Express Limited

European passenger licence UK 01 2016 0001

Consultation began 1 February 2016; from 1 April 2016

Light maintenance depot licence exemption L/18/02

Consultation began 31 October 2018; from 20 December 2018

Scarborough

 

 

and any other agreed depot and any train within said depot

Station licence UK 03 2016 0002

Consultation began 1 February 2016; from 1 April 2016

Barnetby

Brough

Cleethorpes

Dewsbury

Grimsby Town

Huddersfield

Hull

Malton

Manchester Airport

Middlesborough

Northallerton

Scarborough

Scunthorpe

Seamer

Selby

Stalybridge

Thirsk

Thornaby

Yarm

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2016 0001

From 1 April 2016

First West Coast Limited

European passenger licence

Consultation began 20 September 2012

Station licence

Consultation began 20 September 2012

Stations not defined

F M Rail Limited

Formerly Merlin Rail (to 11 September 2005)

Licence

Consultation began 11 May 2000

Activity not defined

Passenger licence UK 03 2002 0004

Consultation began 29 May 2002; from 8 July 2002; revoked 7 February 2008

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2004 0004

Consultation began 16 January 2004; from 27 February 2004; revoked 7 February 2008

It is believed that SNRPs were also issued: these also were revoked on 7 February 2008

Forest of Dean Railway Limited

Licence exemption 1995 No 4

From 2 June 1995

Network forming line defined in The Lydney and Parkend Light Railway Order 1985 S.I.844, any passenger or non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Also stations:

Lydney [Severn & Wye]

Lydney Town

Parkend

Whitecroft

any other on network

Fountain Forestry Limited

See Fountains Support Services Limited

Fountains Support Services Limited

Formerly Fountain Forestry Limited (to 30 September 2001)

Licence exemption 1997 No 2

From 25 April 1997; revised 1 February 2001; revoked 14 July 2011

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Freight Europe (UK) Limited

European freight licence UK 01 2007 0013

Consultation began 8 August 2007; from 28 December 2007; revoked 22 July 2009

Freight SNRP UK 02 2007 0015

From 28 December 2007; revoked 22 July 2009

Freightliner (1995) Limited

See Freightliners Limited

Freightliner Heavy Haul Limited

Initially a Management Consortium Bid Limited subsidiary, change of control 24 January 2005 (Freightliner Group Limited)

Network licence UK 03 2003 0002

Consultation began 20 December 2002; from 14 February 2003

Network not defined

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2003 0001

Consultation began 20 December 2002; from 14 February 2003

European freight licence UK 01 2005 0042

From 28 November 2005

Freight SNRP UK 02 2005 0043

From 28 November 2005

Freightliner Limited

Formerly Freightliner (1995) Limited (to 6 June 1996) then Freightliners Limited (7 June 1996 to 22 January 1997)

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 31 May 1996 (Management Consortium Bid Limited); change of control 24 January 2005 (Freightliner Group Limited)

Network Licence UK 03 2002 0001

From 12 November 1995

* marshalling yards, holding sidings and recess sidings; * comprised in a railway goods terminal; * which connects a light maintenance depot or track within a light maintenance depot to any part of a network operated by a person other than the licence holder; * which connects a network operated by another person to a network operated by that person or by a third person; * which is situated within a harbour or harbour area * which connects a network situated on premises used for the purposes of: o an industrial undertaking (other than an undertaking consisting in the operation of a light maintenance depot); o an undertaking engaged in the generation of electrical energy, including a nuclear installation; or o a mine or quarry for the purposes of the Mines and Quarries Act 1954 to any part of a network operated by another person;

Non-passenger licence UK 03 1995 0019

From 12 November 1995

Licence exemption 1998 No 1

From 29 January 1998

Light maintenance depots:

Barking Freightliner Terminal

Birmingham Freightliner Terminal

Cardiff Freightliner Terminal

Cleveland Freightliner Terminal

Coatbridge Freightliner Terminal

Crewe Basford Hall

Felixstowe North Freightliner Terminal

Felixstowe South Freightliner Terminal

Leeds Freightliner Terminal

Liverpool Garston Freightliner Terminal

Southampton Maritime Freightliner Terminal

Southampton Millbrook Freightliner Terminal

Thamesport (Grain) Freightliner Terminal

Trafford Park Freightliner Terminal

Licence exemption 1999 No 11

From 10 December 1999

Network forming Ipswich fuelling point

Also light maintenance depot:

Ipswich fuelling point

Licence exemption 2002 No 1

From 18 February 2002

Light maintenance depot:

Cardiff Wentloog

European freight licence UK 01 2005 0044

From 28 November 2005

Freight SNRP UK 02 2005 0045

From 28 November 2005

Network Licence

From 30 March 2008

Network not defined

A licence was also revoked on 15 February 2002, another licence application was made 28 June 2001, and a licence exemption application was made 28 June 2001, though it is not clear which.

Freightliner Maintenance Limited

Licence exemption 2007 No 10

Consultation began 21 September 2007; from 19 October 2007

Any light maintenance depot

Freightliner Railports Limited

Licence exemption

Consultation began 30 January 2007

Network forming sidings at:

Doncaster International Railport

Daventry Distribution Park

 

and any non-passenger train on networks

Licence exemption 2008 No 5

Consultation began 30 January 2008; from 25 March 2008

Network forming Doncaster International Railport, any light maintenance depot on network provided not used mainly for passenger rolling stock

Freightliners Limited

See Freightliner Limited

 

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