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 T

Last update 21 March 2021

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Tarmac Cement And Lime Limited

Formerly Blue Circle Industries plc (to 7 November 2007) then Lafarge Cement UK plc (8 November 2007 to 5 July 2011) then Lafarge Cement UK Limited (6 July 2011 to 1 September 2013) then Lafarge Tarmac Cement And Lime Limited (2 September 2013 to 2 August 2015)

Licence exemption 2000 No 2

Consultation began 3 May 2000; from 1 June 2000

Network forming Weaste Wharf branch

Licence exemption 2010 No 13

Consultation began 1 October 2010; from 12 November 2010; revoked 4 December 2014

Non-passenger trains shunting at Earles Sidings

Licence exemption 2010 No 14

Consultation began 1 October 2010; from 12 November 2010; revoked 4 December 2014

Network forming line Hope Works to Earles Sidings, any non-passenger train on network

Tarmac Services Limited

Formerly Lararge Tarmac Limited (to 2 August 2015)

Licence exemption NE/14/02

Consultation began 21 October 2014; from 26 November 2014

Networks at:

Aberdeen Craiginches

Hothfield (Ashford)

Hull Dairycoates

Inverness Longman Road

Kennet (Newmarket)

Leeds Marsh Lane

Luton Crescent Road no longer on exemption by March 2017

Marks Tey

Norwich Trowse

Park Royal

Stevenage Langley Sidings

West Drayton

Any non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on above networks

Tata Steel UK Limited

Licence exemption 2010 No 21

Consultation began 2 November 2010; from 10 December 2010

Network forming Round Oak storage facility, any non-passenger train on network

Taylor Woodrow Construction Limited

Licence exemption

Consultation began 23 November 1999

Activity not defined

Taziker Industrial Limited

Licence exemption C/13/01

Consultation began 20 September 2013; from 24 October 2013

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Tenterden Railway Company Limited

See The Kent And East Sussex Railway Company Limited

TES2000 Limited

Licence exemption

Consultation began 3 March 2007

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Thameslink Limited

See DfT OLR5 Limited

Thameslink Rail Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 2 March 1997 (GOVIA Limited)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 12 May 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 5 May 2006

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 12 May 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 5 May 2006

Bedford Midland (Bedford Carriage Sidings)

Station licence

Consultation began 12 May 1995; from 12 November 1995; revoked 5 May 2006

Bedford

City Thameslink

Cricklewood

Elephant & Castle

Elstree & Borehamwood

Flitwick

Harlington

Harpenden

Haydons Road

Hendon

Kentish Town

Leagrave

London Blackfriars

London Kings Cross Thameslink

Loughborough Junction

Luton

Luton Airport Parkway from 21 November 1999

Mill Hill Broadway

Morden South

Radlett

St Albans

St Helier (Surrey)

South Merton

Sutton Common

Tooting

West Hampstead Thameslink

West Sutton

Wimbledon Chase

EU licence notification

28 November 2005; revoked 5 May 2006

Assumed for passenger operations

Thameslink Southern Great Northern Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Department for Transport

Formerly DfT OLR14 Limited (6 March 2019 to 16 February 2021)

European passenger licence UK 01 2020 0008

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2020 0028

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Depots not defined

Station licence UK 03 2020 0027

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Stations not defined

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2020 0026

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2020 0008

From 10 September 2020

Thames Trains Limited

Initially a British Railways Board subsidiary, change of control 5 January 1997 (Victory Railway Holdings Limited)

Passenger licence

Consultation began 12 May 1995; from 10 December 1995; revoked 6 October 2004

Light maintenance depot licence

Consultation began 12 May 1995; from 10 December 1995; revoked 6 October 2004

Reading

Station licence

Consultation began 12 May 1995; from 10 December 1995; revoked 6 October 2004

Acton Main Line

Aldermaston

Appleford

Ascott-under-Wychwood

Bedwyn

Betchworth

Bicester Town

Blackwater

Bourne End

Bramley (Hampshire)

Burnham (Buckinghamshire)

Castle Bar Park

Charlbury

Chilworth

Cholsey

Combe (Oxon)

Cookham

Crowthorne

Culham

Dorking (Deepdene)

Dorking West

Drayton Green

Ealing Broadway

Evesham

Farnborough North

Finstock

Furze Platt

Gomshall

Goring & Streatley

Hanborough

Hanwell

Hayes & Harlington

Henley-on-Thames

Heyford

Honeybourne

Hungerford

Islip

Iver

Kingham

Kintbury

Langley (Berks)

Maidenhead

Marlow

Midgham

Moreton-in-Marsh

Mortimer

Newbury Racecourse

Newbury

North Camp

Oxford

Pangbourne

Pershore

Radley

Reading West

Sandhurst (Berks)

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 12 May 1995; from 10 December 1995; revoked 6 October 2004

Tibbett & Britten Applied Limited

Licence exemption 1998 No 7

Consultation began 13 February 1998; from 19 June 1998; revoked 11 June 2008

Network forming Daventry International Freight Terminal, any non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Licence exemption 1998 No 8

Consultation began 13 February 1998; from 19 June 1998; revoked 1 April 2008

Network forming Doncaster International Railport, any light maintenance depot on network

TNT Logistics UK Limited

See Ceva Logistics Limited

TNT UK

Licence exemption 2001 No 9

Consultation began 26 October 2001, from 6 December 2001; revoked 11 August 2005

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

Total Rail Solutions Limited

Formerly Total Solutions (Southern) Ltd (to 27 September 2020)

Licence exemption 2010 No 2

Consultation began 2 February 2010; from 2 March 2010; revoked 3 May 2012

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Licence exemption NP/18/01

Consultation began 1 May 2018; from 15 June 2018

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Total Solutions (Southern) Limited

See Total Rail Solutions Limited

Tower Regeneration Limited

Licence exemption NE/12/01

Consultation began 3 February 2012; from 2 March 2012

Network forming Hirwaun: 26m 62ch to 27m 15ch

TRAC Engineering Limited

Licence exemption 2009 No 18

Consultation began 21 July 2009; from 19 August 2009

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

TRAC International Limited

Licence exemption 2009 No 12

Consultation began 4 June 2009; from 3 July 2009; revoked 2 July 2010

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Trackrail UK Limited

See Vital Consulting UK Limited

Trackwork Limited

Licence exemption 2006 No 3

Consultation began 12 January 2006; from 13 June 2006

Non-passenger trains

Transfesa (UK) Limited

Licence exemption 1998 No 2

Consultation began 7 November 1997; from 1 April 1998; revoked 14 November 2002

Network forming Tilbury International Rail Freight Terminal, any non-passenger train and any light maintenance depot on network

Transpennine Express Limited

See DfT OLR4 Limited

Transpennine Trains Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Department for Transport

Formerly DfT OLR10 Limited (6 March 2019 to 16 February 2021)

European passenger licence UK 01 2020 0004

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2020 0016

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Depots not defined

Station licence UK 03 2020 0015

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Stations not defined

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2020 0014

Consultation began 23 June 2020; from 10 September 2020

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2020 0004

From 10 September 2020

Transport for Greater Manchester

Station licence UK 03 2020 0031

Consultation began 18 November 2020; from 31 January 2021

Horwich Parkway

Transport for London/TfL

See Rail for London (Infrastructure) Limited

Transport for Wales Rail Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Transport for Wales

Formerly Wales Operator of Last Resort Limited (to 15 October 2020)

European passenger licence UK 01 2020 0001

Consultation began 9 July 2020; from 20 August 2020

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2020 0007

Consultation began 9 July 2020; from 20 August 2020

Cardiff Canton from 7 February 2021

Holyhead from 7 February 2021

Machynlleth from 7 February 2021

Note that there is also a novation agreement on the ORR public register that suggests Holyhead depot control passed from Keolis Amey Operations/Gweithrediadau Keolis Amey Limited to Keolis Amey Wales Cymru Limited (not Transport for Wales Rail Limited) from 7 February 2021. It is not clear how that fits with Transport for Wales Rail Limited being the licenced operator.

Station licence UK 03 2020 0006

Consultation began 9 July 2020; from 20 August 2020

Aber from 7 February 2021

Abercynon from 7 February 2021

Aberdare from 7 February 2021

Aberdovey from 7 February 2021

Abererch from 7 February 2021

Abergavenny from 7 February 2021

Abergele & Pensarn from 7 February 2021

Aberystwyth from 7 February 2021

Ammanford from 7 February 2021

Baglan from 7 February 2021

Bangor (Gwynedd) from 7 February 2021

Bargoed from 7 February 2021

Barmouth from 7 February 2021

Barry Docks from 7 February 2021

Barry Island from 7 February 2021

Barry (Town) from 7 February 2021

Betws-y-Coed from 7 February 2021

Birchgrove from 7 February 2021

Blaenau Ffestiniog from 7 February 2021

Bodorgan from 7 February 2021

Borth from 7 February 2021

Bow Street from 14 February 2021

Bridgend from 7 February 2021

Brithdir from 7 February 2021

Briton Ferry from 7 February 2021

Broome from 7 February 2021

Buckley from 7 February 2021

Bucknell from 7 February 2021

Buith Road from 7 February 2021

Bynea from 7 February 2021

Cadoxton from 7 February 2021

Caergwrle from 7 February 2021

Caerphilly from 7 February 2021

Caersws from 7 February 2021

Caldicot from 7 February 2021

Cardiff Bay from 7 February 2021

Cardiff Central from 7 February 2021

Cardiff Queen Street from 7 February 2021

Carmarthen from 7 February 2021

Cathays from 7 February 2021

Cefn-y-Bedd from 7 February 2021

Chepstow from 7 February 2021

Chester from 7 February 2021

Chirk from 7 February 2021

Church Stretton from 7 February 2021

Cilmeri from 7 February 2021

Clarbeston Road from 7 February 2021

Clunderwen from 7 February 2021

Cogan from 7 February 2021

Colwyn Bay from 7 February 2021

Conwy from 7 February 2021

Coryton from 7 February 2021

Craven Arms from 7 February 2021

Criccieth from 7 February 2021

Cross Keys from 7 February 2021

Cwmbach from 7 February 2021

Cwmbran from 7 February 2021

Cynghordy from 7 February 2021

Danescourt from 7 February 2021

Deganwy from 7 February 2021

Dinas Powys from 7 February 2021

Dinas Rhondda from 7 February 2021

Dingle Road from 7 February 2021

Dolau from 7 February 2021

Dolgarrog from 7 February 2021

Dolwyddelan from 7 February 2021

Dovey Junction from 7 February 2021

Dyffryn Ardudwy from 7 February 2021

Eastbrook from 7 February 2021

Ebbw Vale Parkway from 7 February 2021

Ebbw Vale Town from 7 February 2021

Energlyn & Churchill Park from 7 February 2021

Fairbourne from 7 February 2021

Fairwater from 7 February 2021

Fernhill from 7 February 2021

Ferryside from 7 February 2021

Ffairfach from 7 February 2021

Fishguard & Goodwick from 7 February 2021

Fishguard Harbour from 7 February 2021

Flint from 7 February 2021

Frodsham from 7 February 2021

Garth (Mid Glamorgan) from 7 February 2021

Garth (Powys) from 7 February 2021

Gilfach Fargoed from 7 February 2021

Glan Conwy from 7 February 2021

Gobowen from 7 February 2021

Gowerton from 7 February 2021

Grangetown (Cardiff) from 7 February 2021

Gwersyllt from 7 February 2021

Harlech from 7 February 2021

Haverfordwest from 7 February 2021

Hawarden from 7 February 2021

Hawarden Bridge from 7 February 2021

Heath High Level from 7 February 2021

Heath Low Level from 7 February 2021

Helsby from 7 February 2021

Hengoed from 7 February 2021

Hereford from 7 February 2021

Heswall from 7 February 2021

Holyhead from 7 February 2021

Hope (Fiintshire) from 7 February 2021

Hopton Heath from 7 February 2021

Johnston (Pembs) from 7 February 2021

Kidwelly from 7 February 2021

Kilgetty from 7 February 2021

Knighton from 7 February 2021

Knucklas from 7 February 2021

Lamphey from 7 February 2021

Leominster from 7 February 2021

Lisvane & Thornhill from 7 February 2021

Llanaber from 7 February 2021

Llanbedr from 7 February 2021

Llanbister Road from 7 February 2021

Llanbradach from 7 February 2021

Llandaf from 7 February 2021

Llandanwg from 7 February 2021

Llandecwyn from 7 February 2021

Llandeilo from 7 February 2021

Llandovery from 7 February 2021

Llandrindod Wells from 7 February 2021

Llandudno from 7 February 2021

Llandudno Junction from 7 February 2021

Llandybie from 7 February 2021

Llanelli from 7 February 2021

Llanfairfechan from 7 February 2021

Llanfairpwll from 7 February 2021

Llangadog from 7 February 2021

Llangammarch from 7 February 2021

Llangennech from 7 February 2021

Llangynllo from 7 February 2021

Llanharan from 7 February 2021

Llanhilleth from 7 February 2021

Llanishen from 7 February 2021

Llanrwst from 7 February 2021

Llansamlet from 7 February 2021

Llantwit Major from 7 February 2021

Llanwrda from 7 February 2021

Llanwrtyd from 7 February 2021

Llwyngwril from 7 February 2021

Llwynpia from 7 February 2021

Ludlow from 7 February 2021

Lydney from 7 February 2021

Machynlleth from 7 February 2021

Maesteg from 7 February 2021

Maesteg (Ewenny Road) from 7 February 2021

Manorbier from 7 February 2021

Merthyr Tydfil from 7 February 2021

Merthyr Vale from 7 February 2021

Milford Haven from 7 February 2021

Minffordd from 7 February 2021

Morfa Mawddach from 7 February 2021

Mountain Ash from 7 February 2021

Nantwich from 7 February 2021

Narberth from 7 February 2021

Neath from 7 February 2021

Neston from 7 February 2021

Newbridge from 7 February 2021

Newport (South Wales) from 7 February 2021

Newtown (Powys) from 7 February 2021

Ninian Park from 7 February 2021

North Llanrwst from 7 February 2021

Pantyffynnon from 7 February 2021

Pembrey & Burry Port from 7 February 2021

Pembroke from 7 February 2021

Pembroke Dock from 7 February 2021

Penally from 7 February 2021

Penarth from 7 February 2021

Pencoed from 7 February 2021

Pengam from 7 February 2021

Penhelig from 7 February 2021

Penmaenmawr from 7 February 2021

Penrhiwceiber from 7 February 2021

Penrhyndeudraeth from 7 February 2021

Pensarn from 7 February 2021

Pentre-Bach from 7 February 2021

Pen-y-Bont from 7 February 2021

Penychain from 7 February 2021

Penyffordd from 7 February 2021

Pontarddulais from 7 February 2021

Pontlottyn from 7 February 2021

Pontyclun from 7 February 2021

Pont-y-Pant from 7 February 2021

Pontypool & New Inn from 7 February 2021

Pontypridd from 7 February 2021

Port Talbot Parkway from 7 February 2021

Porth from 7 February 2021

Porthmadog from 7 February 2021

Prees from 7 February 2021

Prestatyn from 7 February 2021

Pwllheli from 7 February 2021

Pye Corner from 7 February 2021

Pyle from 7 February 2021

Quakers Yard from 7 February 2021

Radyr from 7 February 2021

Rhiwbina from 7 February 2021

Rhoose Cardiff International Airport from 7 February 2021

Rhosneigr from 7 February 2021

Rhyl from 7 February 2021

Rhymney from 7 February 2021

Risca & Pontymister from 7 February 2021

Rogerstone from 7 February 2021

Roman Bridge from 7 February 2021

Ruabon from 7 February 2021

Runcorn East from 7 February 2021

Sarn from 7 February 2021

Saundersfoot from 7 February 2021

Severn Tunnel Junction from 7 February 2021

Shotton (High Level) from 7 February 2021

Shotton (Low Level) from 7 February 2021

Shrewsbury from 7 February 2021

Skewen from 7 February 2021

Sugar Loaf from 7 February 2021

Swansea from 7 February 2021

Taffs Well from 7 February 2021

Talsarnau from 7 February 2021

Talybont from 7 February 2021

Tal-y-Cafn from 7 February 2021

Tenby from 7 February 2021

Tir-Phil from 7 February 2021

Ton Pentre from 7 February 2021

Tondu from 7 February 2021

Tonfanau from 7 February 2021

Tonypandy from 7 February 2021

Trefforest from 7 February 2021

Trefforest Estate from 7 February 2021

Trehafod from 7 February 2021

Treherbert from 7 February 2021

Treorchy from 7 February 2021

Troed-y-rhiw from 7 February 2021

Ty Croes from 7 February 2021

Ty Glas from 7 February 2021

Tygwyn from 7 February 2021

Tywyn from 7 February 2021

Upton (Merseyside) from 7 February 2021

Valley from 7 February 2021

Waun-Gron Park from 7 February 2021

Welshpool from 7 February 2021

Wem from 7 February 2021

Whitchurch (Cardiff) from 7 February 2021

Whitchurch (Shropshire) from 7 February 2021

Whitland from 7 February 2021

Wildmill from 7 February 2021

Wrenbury from 7 February 2021

Wrexham Central from 7 February 2021

Wrexham General from 7 February 2021

Ynyswen from 7 February 2021

Yorton from 7 February 2021

Ystrad Mynach from 7 February 2021

Ystrad Rhondda from 7 February 2021

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2020 0001

From 20 August 2020

Transrail Freight Limited

See English Welsh & Scottish Railway Limited

Trenau Arriva Cymru Limited

See Arriva Trains Wales/Trenau Arriva Cymru Limited

Trenitalia c2c Limited

Formerly NXET Trains Limited (to 2 April 2017)

European passenger licence UK 01 2014 0003

Consultation began 12 September 2014; from 9 November 2014

Light maintenance depot licence UK 03 2014 0012

Consultation began 12 September 2014; from 9 November 2014

East Ham

Shoeburyness

Station licence UK 03 2014 0011

Consultation began 12 September 2014; from 9 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

West Horndon

Westcliff-on-Sea

Passenger SNRP UK 02 2014 0003

From 9 November 2014

TSO Rail Ltd

Licence exemption NP/20/06

Consultation began 27 April 2020; from 11 June 2020

Non-passenger trains within possessions only

Tube Lines Limited

Formerly Infraco JNP Limited (to 2 January 2003)

Initially a London Underground Limited subsidiary, change of control 6 January 2003 (Tube Lines (Holdings) Limited)

Licence

Consultation began 24 October 2000

Activity not defined

Non-passenger licence exemption

Consultation began 1 August 2002

Maintenance trains only

Non-passenger licence UK 03 2002 0005

Consultation began 16 February 2001; from 10 September 2002; revoked 19 June 2018

TXM Plant Limited

Formerly Network Rail (NDS-Plant) Limited (to 8 November 2012)

Non-passenger licence exemption NP/12/01

Consultation began 8 February 2012; from 8 March 2012

Within possessions only

Tyneside Transport Services Limited

Operator of last resort, subsidiary of Tyne & Wear Passenger Transport Executive (Nexus)

Note that it appears that licences were granted directly to Tyne & Wear Passenger Transport Executive

Passenger licence UK 03 2002 0002

Consultation began 14 September 2001 with incorrect Southampton to South Hylton, consultation with revised application Sunderland to South Hylton began 21 September 2001; from 15 March 2002

Station licence UK 03 2002 0003

Consultation began 11 February 2002; from 26 March 2002

Brockley Whins

East Boldon

Fellgate

Millfield

Pallion

Park Lane

St Peters

Seaburn

South Hylton

Stadium of Light

University (Sunderland)