Connex South Central

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Connex South Central was a UK train operating company (TOC) in the United Kingdom. It was owned by Connex and was a franchise that covered parts of the original Network SouthEast sector. The franchise lasted from May 1996 until August 2001. Connex South Central's fleet was maintained at Brighton Lovers Walk and Selhurst depots. Connex South Central inherited a fleet of Class 205, Class 207, Class 319, Class 411, Class 421, Class 423, Class 455 and Class 456s from British Rail. To operate the Connex Express service between London Victoria and Brighton, seven Class 319s were refurbished in 1997.

Govia took over operations on 26 August 2001 and, in 2004, rebranding the franchise as Southern


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