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Transpennine Express (back when it was First)

Iarnrod Eireann

Northern Rail (the original and the new one rebranded Northern)

Eurostar

SNCF (TGV is life) 

Southeastern

Thameslink 

That's all I can remember off the top of my head

I've also been on the Tube countless times but idk if that counts as a train company



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Obviously I am  XD  XD Projects like this will never be completed in South America
 
I was waiting for someone figure out

 

Another populist whacky promise of our "Beloved Leader Cristina Kirchner", by the way, the first train I mentioned, Tren del Valle, was also a means to draw votes to her government, I call it the "funfair ride" because it has low commuting value and many people use it just to "ride the train" as if it was some kind of attraction. Fun fact: The train carries more passengers on weekends than on weekdays and it is just one formation that goes back and forth. In the region where I live, there are many cities and towns each of them built close to each other, so a WELL PLANNED train service would be useful. It just connects the two major cities of Cipolletti and Neuquen and instead of having different commuting stations, it goes to "the" station of each town despite having each city 100.000 and 300.000 inhabitants respectively. The only positive remark about the train is that it costs less than a half of what it costs to take the bus on the same route


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Another populist whacky promise of our "Beloved Leader Cristina Kirchner", by the way, the first train I mentioned, Tren del Valle, was also a means to draw votes to her government, I call it the "funfair ride" because it has low commuting value and many people use it just to "ride the train" as if it was some kind of attraction. Fun fact: The train carries more passengers on weekends than on weekdays and it is just one formation that goes back and forth. In the region where I live, there are many cities and towns each of them built close to each other, so a WELL PLANNED train service would be useful. It just connects the two major cities of Cipolletti and Neuquen and instead of having different commuting stations, it goes to "the" station of each town despite having each city 100.000 and 300.000 inhabitants respectively. The only positive remark about the train is that it costs less than a half of what it costs to take the bus on the same route

 

I understand you, bring World Cup and the Olympics to Brazil was means to draw votes to Workers' Party. Now, 2 years after World Cup, stadiums in the north are totally useless; my city has incomplete constructions which started before World Cup and so on...



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Long Distance:

United States

Amtrak

     San Joaquin EMD F59PHI

 

NJ Transit

     Northeast Corridor ALP-46

 

Japan

Shinkasen (JR East/West/Central)

    Tokaido N700, N500

    Tohoku N700

    Sanyo N500

 

JR-East

   Senzan Line

 

JR Shikoku

   Yosan Line

 

India

Indian Railways

  Konkan Kanya Express

 

 

Rapid Transit/Regional:

SF Bay Area

BART

CalTrain

 

New York City

NY Metro

 

Tokyo Region

JR-East

   Yamanote

 

Tokyo Metro

Tobu

 

Kansai Region

JR-West

   Tokaido Main Line

   Kansai Airport Line

   JR-Kobe

   JR-Kyoto

 

Hanshin Electric Railway

Osaka Municipal Subway

 

Light Rail:

SF Bay Area

VTA

 

Hiroshima Region

Hioden

 

People Movers:

MSP, JFK, DEN, SFO, KIX

 



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Adelaide Metro!!!

yeah... does that count?



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Transpennine Express (back when it was First)

Iarnrod Eireann

Northern Rail (the original and the new one rebranded Northern)

Eurostar

SNCF (TGV is life) 

Southeastern

Thameslink 

That's all I can remember off the top of my head

I've also been on the Tube countless times but idk if that counts as a train company

Tube counts under Transport for London, which also covers buses, DLR, and Overground.



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Vancouver SkyTrain

Seattle Monorail

London Tube

Trenitalia

Trennord

Oresund in Denmark

Amtrak Vancouver-Seattle

VIA rail Montreal-Quebec City

Montreal Metro

New York Metro

Rome Metro



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UK:
Great Northern Class 375
London Kings Cross-Cambridge
US:
Amtrak
ACS-64
NEC: (Northeast Corridor) Washington D.C-Philadelphia-New York-Boston
GE P42
Carolinian: Washington D.C-Charlotte
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MK3s never operated the Rosslare-Dublin route it was Class 071s with MK2ds

I've been on

Iranród Éireann

Rosslare to Connolly on the Class 22000,2800,29000,Class 071 with MK2ds and in the Cab of a Class 22000 and 2800

Rosslare-Waterford on Class 2800

Bray/Tara Street-Dublin Connolly on Class 8100/8500 DART

 

Virgin Trains

Class 390 Pendalino Birmingham New Street-Rugby and back

 

A1 Preservation Scociety

Tornado Bedford-Bath Return along 2 different routes one of which was the GWML

 

French Preserved Railway

unknown loco type but 4 of the 5 carriages were known as squealers cause of the brake noise

 

Channel Tunnel

Car Train

 

Netherlands Rail Network

route unknown cause i was so young but on a double decker train and i can remember looking out the fron as we approached the end of the terminating platform

 

2015

SNCF

TER

Dol-de-Bretagne to Rennes

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TGV

Rennes to Dol-de-Bretagne

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A bit of an update to the above

2017

Irish Rail

22000 Portloais - Kildare, Kildare - Carlow

 

2018

Scotrail

Class 318

Class 320

Deutsche Bahn

Class 481/482 Berlin S-Bahn

Class 442.1 Berlin RE/RB

BVG U-Bahn

Class G

Class A3L82/L92

Class IK

Class FE

Virgin Trains West Coast

Class 221 Super Voyager - Holyhead to Colwyn Bay

Arriva Trains Wales

Class 175 - Colwyn Bay to Holyhead

Down Patrick and County Down Railway

Ex Irish/Northern Irish Coaching stock behind O&K No.1 - Downpatrick to Inch Abby RTN

2019

Heathrow Connect

Class 360

Great Northern

Class 313

London Underground

S7/S8 Stock

Irish Rail

De-Detrich Enterprise Dublin to Dundalk and Belfast Return

LNER (London North Eastern Railway)

Intercity 225 First class - Edinburgh to Newcastle

HST 125 First class - Newcastle to Edinburgh

Northern

Class 142 Pacer - Newcastle to Metrocentre rtn

2021

DSB/ORESUNDSTAG

IC3 (X31K/ET, MF/IC3, ET/IR4) -  Copenhagen - CPH area

Hitach Rail Italy Driverless Metro - Copenhagen Metro

Litra SA - Copenhagen S-Train

2022

London Underground/TFL

1972 Stock - Bakerloo

1992 stock - Central

Class 345 - Elizabeth/Crossrail


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