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 S

Last update 26 December 2020

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S&CR Limited

Licence exemption 2008 No 6

Consultation began 21 April 2008; from 20 May 2008; revoked 16 June 2009

Network forming line Hayes Knoll to 100m short of South Meadow Lane, plus any extensions to which the ORR consents, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Licence exemption 2009 No 8

Consultation began 12 May 2009; from 16 June 2009

Existing network and any approved extensions, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Replaces exemption 2008 No 6

Science Museum

See Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Scotland Infrastructure Maintenance Co Limited

See First Engineering Limited

Scotland Track Renewals Company Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 8 February 1996 (Relayfast Limited)

Licence exemption 1995 No 9

From 9 November 1995; revoked 11 February 2003

Light maintenance depots:

Inverness

Kilmarnock

Perth

Polmadie

Rutherglen

Shettleston

Slateford

Network licence

From 9 November 1995; revoked 11 February 2003

Network not defined

Non-passenger licence

From 9 November 1995; revoked 11 February 2003

ScotRail Railways Limited

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

Passenger licence

From 10 December 1995; revoked 15 March 2005

Light maintenance depot licence

From 10 December 1995; revoked 15 March 2005

Ayr

Crianlarich

Fort William (Station)

Glasgow Corkerhill

Glasgow Queen Street

Glasgow Shields

Edinburgh Haymarket

Inverness

Kyle of Lochalsh

Mallaig

Oban

Perth

Stirling

Stranraer

Thurso

Wick

Yoker

Station licence

From 10 December 1995; revoked 15 March 2005

Aberdeen

Aberdour

Achanalt

Achnashellach

Acnasheen

Addiewell

Airbles

Airdrie

Alexandra Parade

Alexandria

Alness

Altnabreac

Anderston

Annan

Anniesland

Arbroath

Ardgay

Ardlui

Ardrossan Harbour

Ardrossan South Beach

Ardrossan Town

Argyle Street

Arisaig

Arrochar & Tarbet

Ashfield

Attadale

Auchinleck

Aviemore

Ayr

Ballieston

Balloch

Balmossie

Banavie

Barassie

Bargeddie

Barnhill

Barrhead

Barrhill

Barry Links

Bathgate

Bearsden

Beasdale

Beauly
from 15 April 2002?

Bellgrove

Bellshill

Bishopbriggs

Bishopton

Blair Atholl

Blairhill

Blantyre

Bogston

Bowling

Branchton

Brelch

Bridge of Allan

Bridge of Orchy

Bridgeton

Brora

Broughty Ferry

Burnside (South Lanarkshire)

Burntisland

Bushy

Cambuslang

Camelon

Cardenden

Cardonald

Cardross

Carlin

Carluke

Carmyle

Carnoustie

Carntyne

Carrbridge

Carstairs

Cartsdyke

Cathwart

Charing Cross (Glasgow)

Clarkston

Cleland

Clydebank

Coatbridge Central

Coatbridge Sunnyside

Coatdyke

Connel Ferry

Corkerhill

Corpach

Corrour

Cowdenbeath

Craigendoran

Crianlarich

Croftfoot

Crookston

Crosshill

Crossmyloof

Croy

Culrain

Cumbernauld

Cupar

Curriehill

Dalgetty Bay
from 10 March 1998

Dalmally

Dalmarnock

Dalmeny

Dalmuir

Dalreoch

Dalry

Dalwhinnie

Dingwall

Donrobin Castle

Drem

Drumchapel

Drumfrochar
from 23 April 1998

Drumgelloch

Drumry

Duirinish

Duke Street

Dumbarton Central

Dumbarton East

Dumbreck

Dumfries

Dunblane

Duncraig

Dundee

Dunfermline

Dunkeld & Birnam

Dunlop

Dyce

East Kilbride

Easterhouse

Edinburgh Park
from 14 January 2004

Elgin

Exhibition Centre (Glasgow)

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

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 (Glasgow)

Hillfoot

Hillington East

Hillington West

Holytown

Howwood (Renfrewshire)
from 19 May 2000

Huntly

Hyndland

IBM

Insch

Invergordon

Invergowrie

Inverkeithing

Inverkip

Inverness

Invershin

Inverurie

Irvine

Johnstone (Strathclyde)

Jordanhill

Keith

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

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

Milliken Park

Milngavie

Monifieth

Montrose

Morar

Mosspark

Motherwell

Mount Florida

Mount Vernon

Muir of Ord

Muirend

Musselburgh

Nairn

Neilston

New Cumnock

Newton (Lanark)

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 (Glasgow)

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

West Kilbride

Wester Hailes

Westerton

Whifflet

Whinhill

Whitecraigs

Wick

Williamwood

Wishaw

Woodhall

Yoker

Non-passenger licence

From 10 December 1995; revoked 15 March 2005

The Scottish Railway Preservation Society

Licence exemption NE/13/04

Consultation began 17 May 2013; from 24 June 2013

Network forming Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway and approved extensions, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station on network

The licence application stated that it applies to the whole Bo'ness & Kinneil Rail and approved extensions, plus any train, station and light maintenance depot on it.  It then discounted all under the Railways (Class and Miscellaneous Exemptions) Order 1994 and stated that it is for a new station at Manuel only.  The final exemption document lists all items above but does not include the network in the schedule of assets covered.

Scottish Woodlands Limited

Licence exemption 2009 No 14

Consultation began 11 June 2009; from 21 July 2009

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Seaham Harbour Dock Company

Licence exemption 2001 No 7

From 8 June 2001

Network forming Port of Seaham only

Seco-Rail Limited

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2005 0001

Consultation began 22 December 2004; from 27 January 2005; company dissolved 18 September 2012

Sedgefield Borough Council/The Locomotion: The National Railway Museum at Shildon

Licence exemption 2005 No 9

Consultation began 22 July 2005; from 31 August 2005; revoked 4 September 2009

Network forming 400m long single line demonstration track plus seven sidings, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Serco Caledonian Sleepers Limited

European passenger licence UK 01 2015 0001

Consultation began 4 February 2015; from 31 March 2015

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2015 0001

From 31 March 2015

European freight licence UK 01 2015 0002

Consultation began 4 February 2015; from 31 March 2015

Freight SNRP UK 02 2015 0002

From 31 March 2015

Serco Limited

Licence exemption 2000 No 8

From 7 September 2000; revoked 13 January 2009

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2007 0008

Consultation began 19 December 2006; from 15 March 2007; revoked 6 August 2010

Network licence UK 03 2007 0009

Consultation began 19 December 2006; from 15 March 2007; revoked 6 August 2010

Network not defined

Serco Railtest Limited

Formerly Railtest Limited (to 18 February 1997)

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 17 February 1997 (Serco Limited)

Non-passenger licence UK 03 1996 0001

From 4 February 1996; revoked 4 June 2008

Network Licence UK 03 1996 0002

From 4 February 1996; revoked 4 June 2008

Sidings, yards, etc.

SE Trains Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Department for Transport

Formerly Hay's Rail Limited (3 December 1996 to 7 September 2015) then Cross Country Trains Limited (8 September 2015 to 15 March 2018) then DfT OLR2 Limited (16 March 2018 to 21 May 2019)

European passenger licence UK 01 2006 0009

Consultation began 22 August 2006; from 20 September 2006

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2018 0008

Consultation began 15 August 2018; from 19 October 2018

Station licence UK 03 2018 0007

Consultation began 15 August 2018; from 19 October 2018

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2018 0009

Consultation began 15 August 2018; from 19 October 2018

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2006 0009

Consultation began 22 August 2006; from 20 September 2006

Siemens Mobility Limited

Licence exemption L/18/01

Consultation began 25 June 2018; from 2 August 2018

Ardwick

Cleethorpes

Kings Heath (Northampton)

Northam

Old Oak Common

York

and any other agreed depot, any train on network within said depot(s)

Siemens plc

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 1995 0028

From 30 November 1995 (some sources have Consultation began 19 October 2005; from 30 November 2005); revoked 25 July 2018

Old Oak Common

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2003 0003

Consultation began 24 January 2003; from 5 March 2003; revoked 25 July 2018

Ardwick
from 7 February 2006; also called Manchester LMD

Cleethorpes
from 26 July 2006

Cleethorpes Fuel Point
from 29 June 2006; removed 26 July 2006

Kings Heath (Northampton)
from 7 February 2006

Manchester International
from 1 December 2005; to 28 July 2009

Northam

Old Oak Common
from 7 November 2003; also called Heathrow Express Traincare Facility

York
from 26 July 2006

Note that Old Oak Common was also added to the licence from 30 November 2005

Siemens Transportation Systems Limited

Light maintenance depot licence

From 3 May 1997; revised 1 February 2001; notice that licence is void 13 January 2005

Old Oak Common

Licence exemption

Consultation began 22 August 2002

Light maintenance depots not defined

Silverlink Train Services Limited

Formerly North London Railways Limited (10 January 1995 to 25 September 1997)

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

Passenger licence

From 12 November 1995; revoked 20 November 2007 not on ORR register

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 1995 0027

From 12 November 1995; revoked 20 November 2007

Bletchley

Bletchley Carriage Sidings

Camden Carriage Sidings

Watford Train Sidings

Willesden
from 23 May 2007

 

 

Station licence UK 03 1995 0026

From 12 November 1995; revoked 20 November 2007

Acton Central

Apsley

Aspley Guise

Bedford St Johns

Berkhampstead

Blackhorse Road

Bletchley

Bow Brickhill

Bricket Wood

Brondesbury

Brondesbury Park

Bushey

Caledonian Road & Barnsbury

Camden Road

Canning Town
to 10 December 2006

Canonbury

Carpenders Park

Cheddington

Crouch Hill

Croxley Green

Custom House
to 10 December 2006

Dalston Kingsland

Fenny Stratford

Finchley Road & Frognal

Garston (Hertfordshire)

Gospel Oak

Gunnersbury

Hackney Central

Hackney Wick

Hampstead Heath

Harlesden

Harringay Green Lanes

Harrow & Wealdstone

Hatch End

Headstone Lane

Hemel Hempstead

Highbury & Islington

Homerton

How Wood (Hertfordshire)

Kempston Hardwick

Kensal Green

Kensal Rise

Kensington Olympia

Kentish Town West

Kenton

Kew Gardens

Kilburn High Road

King Langley

Leighton Buzzard

Leyton Midland Road

Leytonstone High Road

Lidlington

Long Buckby

Millbrook (Bedfordshire)

Milton Keynes Central

North Wembley

North Woolwich
to 10 December 2006

Northampton

Park Street

Queens Park (London)

Ridgmont

St Albans Abbey

Sivertown/London City Airport
to 10 December 2006

South Acton

South Hampstead

South Kenton

South Tottenham

Stewartby

Stonebridge Park

Tring

Upper Holloway

Walthamstow Queens Road

Wanstead Park

Watford High Street

Watford Junction

Watford North

Watford Stadium

Watford West

Wembley Central

West Brompton
from 27 May 1999

West Ham
to 10 December 2006

West Hampstead

Willesden Junction

Woburn Sands

Wolverton

Woodgrange Park

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0074

From 28 November 2005; revoked 20 November 2007

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0075

From 28 November 2005; revoked 20 November 2007

It appears that a European licence and SNRP were also issued on 30 March 2007

SITA UK Limited

Licence exemption NE/13/05

Consultation began 10 October 2013; from 8 November 2013

Network forming Brentford and South Ruislip transfer sidings and approved additional sites, any passenger or non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

SLC Operations Limited

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2020 0030

Consultation began 21 July 2020; from 1 October 2020

Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Français (SNCF)

Derogation

From 8 March 2007; revoked 28 April 2009

Activity not defined

Freight SNRP UK 02 2007 0002

From 8 March 2007; revoked 28 April 2009

SOLR Holdings Limited

See SOLR1 Limited

SOLR1 Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of the Scottish Ministers

Formerly SOLR1 Limited (to 26 October 2016) then SOLR Holdings Limited (27 October 2016 to 17 May 2018)

European passenger licence UK 01 2007 0005

Consultation began 6 September 2007; from 10 October 2007

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2007 0006

From 10 October 2007

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2020 0002

Consultation began 30 January 2020; from 12 March 2020

Depots not defined

Station licence UK 03 2020 0001

Consultation began 30 January 2020; from 12 March 2020

Stations not defined

SOLR2 Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of the Scottish Ministers

European passenger licence UK 01 2007 0006

Consultation began 6 September 2007; from 10 October 2007

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2007 0007

From 10 October 2007

European freight licence UK 01 2020 0001

Consultation began 30 January 2020; from 12 March 2020

Freight SNRP UK 02 2020 0001

From 12 March 2020

Somerset And Dorset Railway Heritage Trust

Licence exemption

Application withdrawn by applicant 4 April 2005

Sonic Rail Services Limited

Licence exemption NP/19/05

Consultation began 10 September 2019; from 20 December 2019

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

South Central Limited

See New Southern Railway

South Eastern Railways Limited

Passenger licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 1 December 2005

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 1 December 2005

Station licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 1 December 2005

Non-passenger licence

Consultation began 28 November 2005; application withdrawn by applicant 1 December 2005

The South Eastern Train Company Limited

See Connex South Eastern Limited

South Eastern Train Maintenance Limited

Licence exemption L/16/01

Consultation began 1 September 2016; from 13 November 2016

Willesden

Also any (other) agreed depot, any train on network within said depot(s)

South Eastern Trains Limited

Formerly Tower Rail Limited (25 January 1999 to 26 June 2003).  Subsidiary organisation of Strategic Rail Authority, no licences issued

European passenger licence UK 01 2005 0076

From 28 November 2005; revoked 29 February 2012

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2005 0077

From 28 November 2005; revoked 29 February 2012 not on ORR register

Quite why these licences were issued is unclear, as being a subsidiary of the SRA exempts the company from needing licences.  Additionally, although retrospectively dated 2005, these licences were issued in 2007, after April 2006 when the franchise was re-let to London & South Eastern Railway Limited.

South Eastern Trains Limited

See Transpennine Express Limited

Second operator of last resort to carry this name

South East Infrastructure Maintenance Company Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 2 April 1996 (Broomco (919))

Network licence

From 2 February 1996; revoked 4 December 2000

Network not defined

Non-passenger licence

From 2 February 1996; revoked 4 December 2000

Southern Track Renewals Company Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 2 April 1996 (Balfour Beatty Limited)

Network licence

From 8 December 1995; revoked 20 December 2000

Network not defined

Non-passenger licence

From 8 December 1995; revoked 20 December 2000

Licence exemption 1995 No 14

From 8 December 1995; revoked 20 December 2000

Light maintenance depots:

Ashford

Colchester

Eastleigh

Hither Green

Romford

Streatham Hill

Temple Mills

Three Bridges

Woking

South Wales & West Railway Limited

See Wales & West Passenger Trains Limited

South West Infrastructure Maintenance Company Limited

See AMEC Rail Limited

South West Trains Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 4 February 1996 (Stagecoach Holdings plc)

Passenger licence

From 1 April 1995; revoked 15 February 2007

Light maintenance depot licence

From 1 April 1995; revoked 15 February 2007

Bournemouth West

Farnham
from 22 October 2003

Fratton

London Clapham Junction

London Strawberry Hill

London Wimbledon

Salisbury

 

Station licence

From 1 April 1995; revoked 15 February 2007

Addlestone

Aldershot

Alton

Andover

Ascot

Ash

Ash Vale

Ashford (Surrey)

Ashurst New Forest

Axminster

Bagshot

Barnes

Barnes Bridge

Basingstoke

Beaulieu Road

Bedhampton

Bentley (Hampshire)

Berrylands

Bitterne

Bookham

Botley

Bournemouth

Bracknell

Branksome

Brentford

Brockenhurst

Brookwood

Bursledon

Byfleet & New Haw

Camberley

Chandlers Ford
from 9 April 2003

Chertsey

Chessington North

Chessington South

Chiswick

Christchurch

Clandon

Clapham Junction

Claygate

Cobham & Stoke d'Abernon

Cosham

Crewkerne

Datchet

Dorchester South

Earley

Earlsfield

Eastleigh

Effingham Junction

Egham

Esher

Ewell West

Fareham

Farnborough (Main)

Farncombe

Farnham

Feltham

Feniton

Fleet

Fratton

Frimley

Fulwell

Gillingham (Dorset)

Godalming

Grateley

Guildford

Hamble

Hampton Court

Hampton (London)

Hampton Wick

Hamworthy

Haslemere

Havant

Hedge End

Hersham

Hilsea

Hinchley Wood

Hinton Admiral

Holton Heath

Honiton

Hook

Horsley

Hounslow

Isleworth

Kempton Park

Kew Bridge

Kingston

Liphook

Liss

London Road (Guildford)

Longcross

Lymington Pier

Lymington Town

Malden Manor

Martins Heron

Micheldever

Milford (Surrey)

Millbrook (Hants)

Moreton (Dorset)

Mortlake

Motspur Park

Netley

New Malden

New Milton

Norbiton

North Sheen

Overton

Oxshot

Parkstone (Dorset)

Petersfield

Pinhoe

Pokesdown

Poole

Portchester

Portsmouth & Southsea

Portsmouth Harbour

Putney

Queenstown Road

Raynes Park

Redbridge

Richmond (London)

Rowlands Castle

St Denys

St Margarets (London)

Salisbury

Shawford

Shepperton

Sherborne

Sholing

Southampton

Southampton Airport Parkway

Staines

Stoneleigh

Strawberry Hill

Sunbury

Sunningdale

Sunnymeads

Surbiton

Swanwick

Sway

Swaything

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 (Hampshire)

Whitton

Wimbledon

Winchester

Winchfield

Windsor & Eton Riverside

Winnersh

Winnersh Triangle

Witley

Woking

Wokingham

Wool

Woolston

Worcester Park

Worplesdon

Wraysbury

Yeovil Junction

Non-passenger licence

From 1 April 1995; revoked 15 February 2007

EU licence notification (freight and passenger)

28 November 2005; revoked 15 February 2007

South Yorkshire Supertram Limited

Passenger licence UK 03 2018 0001

Consultation began 9 March 2018; from 6 May 2018

Station licence UK 03 2018 0002

Consultation began 9 March 2018; from 6 May 2018

Parkgate

Rotherham Central
low level platforms 3 and 4 only

 

 

Specialist Engineering Services Limited

Licence exemption C/14/01

Consultation began 21 February 2014; from 2 April 2014

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

SPL Powerlines UK Limited

Licence exemption C/14/02

Consultation began 27 March 2014; from 30 April 2014

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

SRS Rail System Limited

Licence exemption NP/20/01

Consultation began 8 January 2020; from 14 February 2020

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Stadler Rail Service UK Limited

Licence exemption L/17/01

Consultation began 16 August 2017; from 1 October 2017

Any approved light maintenance depot and any train being used on the network within the depot

Birkenhead North

Liverpool Kirkdale

 

Stagecoach Midland Rail Limited

See East Midlands Trains Limited

Stagecoach South Western Trains Limited

European passenger licence UK 01 2007 0001

Consultation began 6 December 2006; from 26 January 2007; revoked 12 September 2017

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2007 0005

Consultation began 6 December 2006; from 26 January 2007; revoked 12 September 2017

Basingstoke Barton Mill

Bournemouth West

Farnham

Fratton

London Clapham Junction

London Strawberry Hill

London Wimbledon

Ryde St Johns Road

Salisbury

Station licence UK 03 2007 0004

Consultation began 6 December 2006; from 26 January 2007; revoked 12 September 2017

Addlestone

Aldershot

Alton

Andover

Ascot

Ash

Ash Vale

Ashford (Surrey)

Axminster

Bagshot

Barnes

Barnes Bridge

Basingstoke

Beaulieu Road

Bedhampton

Bentley (Hampshire)

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

Claygate

Cobham & Stoke d'Abernon

Cosham

Cranbrook
from 13 December 2015

Crewkerne

Datchet

Dorchester South

Earley

Earlsfield

Eastleigh

Effingham Junction

Egham

Esher

Ewell West

Fareham

Farnborough (Main)

Farncombe

Farnham

Feltham

Feniton

Fleet

Fratton

Frimley

Fulwell

Gillingham (Dorset)

Godalming

Grateley

Guildford

Hamble

Hampton Court

Hampton (London)

Hampton Wick

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

Lyndhurst Road

Malden Manor

Martins Heron

Micheldever

Milford (Surrey)

Millbrook (Hants)

Moreton (Dorset)

Mortlake

Motspur Park

Netley

New Malden

New Milton

Norbiton

North Sheen

Overton

Oxshot

Parkstone (Dorset)

Petersfield

Pinhoe

Pokesdown

Poole

Portchester

Portsmouth & Southsea

Portsmouth Harbour

Putney

Queenstown Road

Raynes Park

Redbridge

Richmond (London)

Rowlands Castle

Ryde Esplanade

Ryde Pier Head

Ryde St Johns Road

St Denys

St Margarets (London)

Salisbury

Sandown

Shawford

Shepperton

Sherborne

Sholing

Smallbrook Junction

Southampton Airport Parkway

Southampton Central

Staines

Stoneleigh

Strawberry Hill

Sunbury

Sunningdale

Sunnymeads

Surbiton

Swanwick

Sway

Swaything

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 (Hampshire)

Whitton

Wimbledon

Winchester

Winchfield

Windsor & Eton Riverside

Winnersh

Winnersh Triangle

Witley

Woking

Wokingham

Wool

Woolston

Worcester Park

Worplesdon

Wraysbury

Yeovil Junction

Network licence UK 03 2007 0006

Consultation began 6 December 2006; from 26 January 2007; revoked 12 September 2017

Isle of Wight only

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2007 0003

Consultation began 6 December 2006; from 26 January 2007; revoked 12 September 2017

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2007 0001

Consultation began 6 December 2006; from 26 January 2007; revoked 12 September 2017

Stirling McNicholas Limited

Licence exemption

Consultation began 4 October 1999

Activity not defined

Stobart Rail Limited

See XYZ Rail Limited

Story Contracting Limited

Formerly Story Rail Limited (to 31 January 2012)

Licence exemption 2009 No 5

Consultation began 8 April 2009 (application stated 8 May 2009); from 6 May 2009

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Story Rail Limited

See Story Contracting Limited

Strategic Rail Authority

Licence exemption SI 2001 No 218

From 1 March 2001; department wound up 1 December 2006

Exempts Strategic Rail Authority and any wholly owned subsidiary from requiring any railway operator's licence

Granted directly by the Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions by statutory instrument

The Strathspey Railway Company Limited

Licence exemption 1998 No 11

From 26 November 1998; revoked 18 February 2009

Network forming 281.1m south to 260.6m north of Aviemore station, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station on network

Licence exemption 2009 No 2

Consultation began 20 January 2009; from 18 February 2009

Network forming Aviemore station to Broomhill and approved extensions, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station or light maintenance depot on network

Strutton Rail Limited

See GW Railway Limited

STVA UK Limited

Licence exemption 2007 No 5

Consultation began 2 May 2007; from 31 May 2007; revoked 10 December 2010

Castle Bromwich freight terminal

Super-Rod (Stoke-on-Trent) Limited

Licence exemption NP/17/04

Consultation began 8 September 2017; from 30 November 2017

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Sussex Rail Limited

Licence exemption 2010 No 5

Consultation began 14 April 2010; from 11 May 2010

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

The Swanage Railway Company Limited

Licence exemption 1996 No 8

From 26 April 1996; revoked 12 September 2014

Network as defined in the Swanage Light Railway (Extension) Order 1993 S.I.1993/1607, any passenger or non-passenger train and any station on network

Licence exemption NE/14/01

Consultation began 22 May 2014; from 12 September 2014

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

Passenger licence

Consultation began 3 March 2020

Swietelsky Construction Company Limited

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2019 0019

Consultation began 22 October 2019; from 23 December 2019

SWINMADCO57 Limited

See Weardale Railway Limited