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Chiltern Railways

Chiltern Railways was a management buy-out which started as a conventional short franchise, awarded on 25 June 1996 to run for 7 years. It was replaced by a 20-year contract of the same name with effect from March 2002, heads of terms having been signed on 10 August 2000.

start date
21 July 1996
end date
2 March 2002

owned by
M40 Trains Ltd/3i and John Laing

legal title
Chiltern Railway Company Ltd

service area
Commuter and regional services between London (Marylebone) and Aylesbury, Princes Risborough, Banbury, Birmingham (Moor Street and Snow Hill), Kidderminster, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Chiltern Lines TOU (British Railways Board)

was replaced by
Chiltern Railways


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