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Cross Country Network

Cross Country Network

CrossCountry is a train operating company that has operated Great Britain’s Cross Country rail franchise since 11 November 2007.

The basic routes are:

No Route Rolling stock
1 Plymouth to Edinburgh Waverley (via Leeds) (Super) Voyagers & High Speed Trains
2 Reading to Newcastle (via Doncaster) (Super) Voyagers
3 Bristol Temple Meads to Manchester Piccadilly (Super) Voyagers
4 Bournemouth to Manchester Piccadilly (via Coventry) (Super) Voyagers
5 Cardiff Central to Nottingham Turbostars
6 Birmingham New Street to Leicester and Stansted Airport Turbostars

There are also extensions to the normal service pattern:

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