Licence exemptions by company T - Z




    This section lists railway licence exemptions for companies T – Z.

    All copies of licence exemptions, granted by us are available in our public register.

    Abbreviations for terms used describing licence exemptions listed in this section:

    • LMD: a light maintenance depot where services such as refuelling and cleaning trains takes place, and other frequent light maintenance work.
    • Heritage: an operation primarily used for tourist, educational or recreational purposes of non-mainline passenger services and assets, usually on a preserved railway line.
    • Network: a railway line or combination of lines and installations. Licence exempt networks are usually functionally separate from the national network. Usually they will also be operated within a fenced or controlled access territory. This includes freight sidings or goods terminals.
    • Contractor: a rail maintenance company which undertakes track maintenance and repair, usually on behalf of Network Rail. Maintenance activities take place within engineering possessions using specialist or Rail Mounted Maintenance Vehicles (RMMVs).
    • Non-passenger trains: freight or maintenance trains. In the context of exemptions, this would include short distance, non-mainline shunting operations in specific areas.

    All licence exemptions are published by, exemption title, description of exemption and the date it came into force.