Routes Featuring the Network Southeast Class 47 ;
Oxford to Paddington
Network SouthEast (NSE) started as one of three passenger sectors of British Rail created in 1982. NSE principally operated commuter trains in the London area and inter-urban services
in densely populated South East England, although the network reached as far west as Exeter. Before 1986, the NSE sector was known as London & South East.
The last passenger train still in NSE livery was lost on 15 September 2007, when a Class 465, 465193, the last still in NSE colours, was sent to Stewarts Lane TMD by Southeastern for re-vinyling into Southeastern livery. However, there is still a departmental bubble car, used for route learning, in original NSE livery operating on the Chiltern Lines out of Aylesbury.
Free Roam: Old Oak Common
Old Oak Common
Drive a Network Southeast Class 47 on a simple stopping run from Oxford to Reading.
Slow from Slough
It's a very foggy night and your task tonight is to take a NSE Class 47 back to Paddington. This is the final journey using the NSE livery for this train before heading to the depot for a repaint. There should be low levels of traffic, but there are engineering works so it won't be a clear run. Starting from Slough, you stop every station. Good luck!
Twisted Rush Hour
The rush hour is underway this spring evening, and your passengers want a smooth and timely journey home. There is much traffic on the line so delays are possible.