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Midland Mainline ( legal name Midland Main Line Limited, company no 3007934 ) was a train operating company in the United Kingdom owned by National Express that operated the Midland Main Line franchise from April 1996 until November 2007.
She broke her knee while on the Baikal Amur Mainline railway, then tore a calf while recuperating at Lake Baikal and her plans changed to a journey around Siberia by train, boat and bus, documented in Through Siberia by Accident.
The parish falls within the district of Breckland and has an area of 21. 90 km² with a Mainline train service to both Norwich and Cambridge.
ERTMS is an attempt to set a standard for Mainline ATP across Europe where balises, GSM-R Radio and on train equipment made by any manufacturer ( who are part of the working group ) work together with each other.
* April 28-Further British train operating companies begin operation of their passenger service franchises as part of the privatisation of British Rail: Gatwick Express and Midland Mainline ( both National Express Group ) and Great North Eastern Railway ( Sea Containers Ltd ).
In 2005, Polesworth received no train services due to the modernisation of the West Coast Mainline.
Before 2004, former train operating company Midland Mainline ran through services into London St Pancras.
Image: St Albans ( MML ). jpg | Northbound Midland Mainline train, formed of Class 222 Meridian units, passing through Platform 4

Mainline and services
These connect with Mainline services which operate at a frequency of between 10 and 30 minutes.
Berkhamsted is served by rail services from Berkhamsted railway station which is on the West Coast Mainline.
Midland Mainline ran fast and semi-fast passenger services from London to the East Midlands and Yorkshire, on the Midland Main Line.
* All Midland Mainline services ( except The Master Cutler morning up service ) called at Leicester with the fastest journey time to and from London of 1 hour 9 minutes.
Midland Mainline operated weekend services between St Pancras and York via Doncaster.
In October 1997 Midland Mainline ordered seventeen Class 170 Turbostar trains to operate stopping services.
, away, has fast Midland Mainline express passenger services to and from London.
However, in June 2003 Massachusetts Attorney General Thomas Reilly filed the well-publicized state lawsuit against Mainline and Luke Thompson alleging that the company would not perform the travel services paid for by customers that were to be executed beginning only 3 weeks after the suit was filed, and Reilly expressed a general concern that the company was nothing more than a fraud and Thompson was laundering large amounts of cash from the company.
Mainline carriers often use regional airlines to operate services in order to increase frequency, serve routes that would not sustain larger aircraft, or for other competitive reasons.
Mainline services are available from Warrington Bank Quay and Warrington Central ( 2 – 3 miles away ).
Mainline carriers often use regional airlines to operate services in order to increase frequency, serve routes that would not sustain larger aircraft, or for other competitive reasons.
BEA Mainline assumed responsibility for all of BEA's Heathrow operations other than those to and from Manchester, Leeds / Bradford, Liverpool, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Inverness, the Isle of Man, Berlin ( including both non-stop and one-stop services ) and certain regional European destinations such as Bordeaux, Cork, Luxembourg and Rimini, as well as its Birmingham operations other than those to and from the Channel Islands.
Mainline suburban services were gradually replaced by electric rolling stock either side of World War I although long distance journeys continued to use steam-haulage until much later.
Virgin Trains To provide it with a fleet of locomotives for use on diversionary services during the West Coast Mainline upgrade and Thunderbird duties, Virgin signed a deal with Porterbrook in 2002 to rebuild twelve Class 47s as Class 57 / 3s with the first delivered in June 2002.
* South ( via a proposed Cheltenham North-serving a nearby stadium close by ) to ( a new heritage platform or two ) at Cheltenham Spa ( where the GWR could once again interchange with services on the nearby national network's Cross-Country Mainline ).
Mark 3 DVTs can be seen in service in the UK today with EWS, with Greater Anglia Mainline services and occasionally with Virgin West Coast, powered by locomotives.
The Gatwick Express also uses the Brighton Mainline, with non-stop services running between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport.
Mainline services through Wimbledon Park were ended by the Southern Railway ( successor to the L & SWR ) on 4 May 1941, although the line remained in British Rail ownership until 1 April 1994 when it was transferred to London Underground.
Mainline services through Southfields were ended by the Southern Railway ( successor to the L & SWR ) on 4 May 1941, although the line remained in British Rail ownership until 1 April 1994 when it was transferred to London Underground.
Mainline services through East Putney were ended by the Southern Railway ( successor to the L & SWR ) on 4 May 1941, although the line remained in British Rail ownership until 1 April 1994 when it was sold to London Underground for the nominal sum of £ 1.
The Matlock branch lost its through services to London St Pancras in 2004 when ( the former mainline operator ) Midland Mainline replaced its Class 170 Turbostar diesel units with Class 222 Meridian sets.
Another ex-TOC, Midland Mainline, extended some of its London-Derby services to Matlock, though these ceased with the introduction of the Class 222 Meridians which were too heavy for several bridges north of Whatstandwell which are in a poor state of repair.
East Midlands Trains Mainline services from Leeds, Sheffield and London run through at high speed, but do not stop.

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Mainline trains operate from Gare de Rouen-Rive-Droite to Le Havre and Paris, and regional trains to Caen, Dieppe and other local destinations in Normandy.
A dual-use railroad and roadway bridge over the Lena is scheduled to be built by 2013, when the Amur Yakutsk Mainline, the North-South railroad being extended from the South, will finally connect the city with the East-West Baikal Amur Mainline.
In 1947, the Gulag Angara prison labor camp was constructed near Bratsk, with capacity for up to 44, 000 prisoners for projects such as the construction of the railway from Tayshet to Ust-Kut via Bratsk ( now the western section of the Baikal-Amur Mainline ).
View from the Baikal Amur Mainline | BAM railway bridge across the Upper Angara near Novy Uoyan
In 1954-55, it acquired a stable of comic book properties from the defunct Superior Comics, Mainline Publications, St. John Publications, and most significantly, Fawcett Publications, which was shutting down its Fawcett Comics division.
Midland Mainline operated a limited service between St Pancras and Leeds, with three early morning departures from Leeds and four evening return trips from St Pancras.
Midland Mainline inherited a fleet of High Speed Trains from British Rail.
To cover for a shortage of High Speed Trains Midland Mainline hired two Fragonset Class 47s to top and tail a HSBC Rail Mark 2 set on a morning service from Nottingham to St Pancras and evening return to Sheffield from February until October 2002.
Mainline Airways LLC was tour operator in operation from 2002 to 2003 by an American college student, whom Massachusetts state authorities said didn't hold itself out to the public as a tour operator, instead pretending to be an airline offering cut-rate tickets between Honolulu and Los Angeles without the ability to actually provide the flights due to lack of an aircraft operating certificate (" AOC ").
According to court documents, the company received aircraft commitments from Omni Air International and Ryan International Airlines for Boeing DC-10 aircraft for the summer season and 757-200 aircraft ( pending ETOPS certification ) for the winter season, 757-200's ( ETOPS ) from North American Airlines, ETOPS 737-800's from Miami Air International, MD-11 aircraft from World Airways, and a 757-200 from Pace Airlines, all charter airlines, but Mainline formally rejected several of these prior to the lawsuit, claiming that the commitments came at an unacceptable cost.
Reilly's lawsuit had sought to shut down the company, obtain refunds for all customers, and $ 605, 000 in punitive damages from both Mainline and Thompson, but it was partially withdrawn in September 2004 and Thompson was not forced to pay a fine or damages.
The settlement released all parties from liability and neither Mainline, Thompson, nor Reilly admitted wrongdoing of any kind.

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