Catalogue description British Railways Board: Network SouthEast: Records

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Details of AN 188
Reference: AN 188
Title: British Railways Board: Network SouthEast: Records

This series consists of files on the policy and operation of railways in London and the South East including major service developments. It also contains internal reports and reports prepared by consultants.

Date: 1930-1995
Related material:

Records of the London Rail Development Projects are in

AN 203

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English

British Railways Board, Network SouthEast, 1986-1994

Physical description: 341 files and volumes
Access conditions: Subject to 30 year closure
Immediate source of acquisition:

BRB (Residuary) Ltd , 2002-2004

Accruals: No further accruals expected
Administrative / biographical background:

Network SouthEast was established in June 1986 as the business sector responsible for operating those British Rail passenger services in London and the south east not worked by the InterCity sector. The London commuter network was the largest in the world, covering over 940 stations and serving a population of 18 million. Network SouthEast ceased to exist in March 1994 on the reorganisation of British Rail preparatory to privatisation.

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