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trading as c2c, is an English train operating company owned by Trenitalia that operates the Essex Thameside railway franchise. c2c provides commuter services from its London terminus as Fenchurch Street to east London and parts of Essex along the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, and is the only operator on the line.
The company began operating as LTS Rail in May 1996 under the ownership of Prism Rail, which had been awarded the London, Tilbury & Southend railway franchise as part of the privatisation of British Rail.
LTS Rail rebranded as c2c in May 2000 and Prism Rail was bought by National Express in July that year.
The London, Tilbury & Southend franchise was due to start in February 1996, but after the discovery of ticketing and settlement irregularities within hours of the scheduled handover with the preferred bidder, Enterprise Rail, it was re-tendered. In December 2010, the Department for Transport granted National Express an extension until to allow it time to conduct a review of the franchising process. c2c could stand for coast to capital, or capital to coast.
From our point of view, one of the most important things it stands for is commitment to customers.
c2c used the slogan way2go, but later used the Making travel simpler slogan also used by other National Express companies.
c2c operates services on the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway line from London Fenchurch Street to the northern Thames Gateway area of southern Essex, including Grays, Leigh-on-Sea and Southend-on-Sea.
The main route from Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness is 39.5 miles (63.57 km), with a fastest timetabled journey time of 58 minutes The line has a speed limit of 75 mph (121 km/h), although the Class 357 Electrostar trains are capable of 100 mph (160 km/h).
All stations on the route are managed by c2c except West Ham and Stratford, which are managed by London Underground, and Liverpool Street station which is managed by Network Rail.In the rush hour there are additional services, with a few services to/from London starting/terminating at Laindon, Pitsea and Leigh-on-Sea.In the morning, one peak time service doesn't call at West Ham and Limehouse and one calls at West Ham, missing Limehouse, other than this, all trains call at West Ham and Limehouse.In the evening, all trains stop at Limehouse and very few miss out West Ham.This was changed in the new December 2015 timetable.On Sundays, the non-stopping service to Shoeburyness does not run.Additionally some early morning and late evening weekday services to/from Shoeburyness and Grays terminate at Barking via Rainham.As c2c is mainly a London commuter railway and the typical c2c journey is between 40 and 80 minutes, c2c does not offer first-class seating.Its Class 357s have standard high-density 3 2 seating to meet high demand at peak times, however 17 trains were converted into a "metro" style with 2 2 seating and grab handles.London Underground's District line connects with c2c indirectly at Tower Hill (for Fenchurch Street) and directly at West Ham, Barking and Upminster.Tickets are fully interchangeable between the two operators.