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Cross Country Network
Aberdeen
Stonehaven
Montrose
Arbroath
Dundee
Leuchars
Cupar
Ladybank
Markinch
Kirkcaldy
Inverkeithing
Glasgow Central Glasgow Subway
(St Enoch)
Motherwell
Haymarket Edinburgh Trams
Edinburgh Waverley Edinburgh Trams
(St Andrew Square)
Dunbar
Berwick upon Tweed
Alnmouth
Morpeth
Newcastle Central Tyne and Wear Metro
Chester le Street
Durham
Darlington
York
Manchester Piccadilly Manchester Metrolink
Leeds National Rail (MetroTrain)
Stockport
Wakefield Westgate
Doncaster
Macclesfield
Wilmslow
Sheffield Supertram (Sheffield)
Congleton
Chesterfield
Crewe
Nottingham Nottingham Express Transit
Stoke-on-Trent
Derby
Burton-upon-Trent
Stafford
Tamworth
Wolverhampton
Wilnecote
Birmingham New Street Midland Metro
Water Orton
Birmingham International Airport interchange
Coleshill Parkway
Coventry
Nuneaton
Cheltenham Spa
Hinckley
Gloucester
Narborough
Lydney
South Wigston
Chepstow
Leicester
Caldicot
Melton Mowbray
Bristol Parkway
Oakham
Stamford
Bath Spa
Peterborough
Bristol Temple Meads
Whittlesea
Severn Tunnel Junction
March
Newport
Manea
Cardiff Central National Rail (Valley Lines)
Ely
Weston-super-Mare
Cambridge
Audley End
Taunton
Stansted Airport Airport interchange
Tiverton Parkway
Leamington Spa
Exeter St Davids
Banbury
Dawlish
Oxford
Teignmouth
Reading
Newton Abbot
Guildford
Totnes
Torquay
Plymouth
Paignton
Liskeard
Basingstoke
Bodmin
Winchester
Par
Southampton Airport Parkway Airport interchange
St Austell
Southampton Central
Truro
Brockenhurst
Redruth
Bournemouth
Camborne
Hayle
St Erth
Penzance

CrossCountry is a train operating company that has operated Great Britain’s Cross Country rail franchise since 11 November 2007.

The basic routes are:

No Route Rolling stock
1 Plymouth to Edinburgh Waverley (via Leeds) Voyagers & High Speed Trains
2 Reading to Newcastle Central (via Doncaster) Voyagers
3 Bristol Temple Meads to Manchester Piccadilly Voyagers
4 Bournemouth to Manchester Piccadilly (via Coventry) Voyagers
5 Cardiff Central to Nottingham Turbostars
6 Birmingham New Street to Nottingham (Stopping) Turbostars
7 Birmingham New Street to Stansted Airport Turbostars
8 Birmingham New Street to Leicester (Stopping) Turbostars

There are also extensions to the normal service pattern: