New Cross Country is the name given to the British railway franchise which operates long-distance routes. The franchise was formed in 2007 by the merger of the InterCity CrossCountry and part of the Central franchises.
The first and incumbent holder of the New Cross Country franchise is CrossCountry, part of Arriva.
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Chiltern | East Anglia (Stansted Express) | East Midlands | Essex Thameside | Greater Western | InterCity East Coast | InterCity West Coast | Merseyrail | New Cross Country | Northern | ScotRail | South Eastern | South Western (Island Line) | Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern (Gatwick Express) | TransPennine | Wales and Borders | West Midlands
Defunct British Rail sectors