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WAGN
West Anglia Great Northern

A contract of seven years and three months was awarded to Prism Rail in 1996, and the franchise passed to National Express Group in 2000 when it bought Prism Rail. The West Anglia routes were transferred to the new Greater Anglia franchise 1 April 2004, while the remaining WAGN franchise was extended for two years until its Great Northern routes became part of the new Thameslink franchise 1 April 2006.

start date
5 January 1997
end date
1 April 2006

owned by
Prism Rail plc/National Express Group plc

legal title
West Anglia Great Northern Railway Ltd

service area
West Anglia: London Liverpool Street-Hertford East/Enfield Town/Chingford/Cheshunt/Stansted Airport. Great Northern: London King's Cross-Peterborough/Cambridge; Moorgate-Welwyn Garden City.

was replaced by
First Capital Connect
National Express East Anglia ('One' railway)








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