1986 – 1996
|Other region(s):||South East|
|Fleet size:||Carriages:6700 (1986)|
|Parent company:||British Rail|
|Web site:||[http:// ]|
Before the sectorisation of BR in 1982 the system was split into regions: those operating around London were London Midland Region (Marylebone, Euston, St Pancras and Broad Street), Southern Region (Waterloo, Victoria, Charing Cross, Holborn Viaduct, Cannon Street and London Bridge), Western Region (Paddington) and Eastern Region (King's Cross, Moorgate, Broad Street, Liverpool Street and Fenchurch Street). This was perceived to be a source of inefficiency, so sectorisation reorganised everything into a single organisation covering commuter services. At the same time InterCity took over express services and Regional Railways took over regional services.
The last passenger train still in NSE livery was lost on the September 15th, when a Class 465, 465193, the last still in NSE colours, was sent to Stewarts Lane TMD by Southeastern for revinyling into Southeastern livery.  However, there is still a departmental bubble car, used for route learning, in original NSE livery operating on the Chiltern Lines.
Although networksoutheast did not get results, the grouping of services that it defined before feb 2009 remain grouped by the Network Railcard,
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