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List of railway lines in Great Britain

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Railway lines in England and Wales
Railway lines in England and Wales

This is a list of railway lines in Great Britain that are currently in operation, split by country and region.

There are a limited number of main inter-regional lines, with all but one entering Greater London.[1] The line from London to the Channel Tunnel is the only line designated 'high speed', although the other main routes also operate limited-stop express services.

The bulk of the secondary network is concentrated in London and the surrounding East and South East regions; an area marketed by National Rail as London and the South East. The majority of these lines are radial to London.[2] There is a further concentration of routes around Birmingham in the West Midlands[3] and in the urbanised part of northern England that stretches from Liverpool in the west, via Greater Manchester to Leeds in the east.[4]

Some areas, such as Wales and Scotland, have relatively sparse railway provision.[1] There are local lines throughout all areas of Great Britain with some services designated as community railways.

Main inter-regional lines

Name End and major calling points Countries and regions Category
Cross Country Route Bristol, Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York England: East Midlands, South West, Yorkshire and the Humber, West Midlands High Speed Main Line (125mph)
East Coast Main Line London, Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh England: East, East Midlands, London, North East, Yorkshire and the Humber; Scotland High Speed Main Line (125mph)
Great Eastern Main Line London, Ipswich, Norwich England: East, London Main Line (100mph)
Great Western Main Line London, Bristol England: London, South East, South West High Speed Main Line (125mph)
High Speed 1 London, Channel Tunnel England: East, London, South East.

Continental Europe: France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany

High Speed Line (186mph)
Midland Main Line London, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds England: East, East Midlands, London, Yorkshire and the Humber High Speed Main Line (125mph)
South Wales Main Line Bristol, Swansea via Cardiff England: South West; Wales: South Main Line (100mph)
South Western main line London, Southampton, Bournemouth, Weymouth England: London, South East, South West Main Line (100mph)
West Coast Main Line London, Glasgow with spurs to Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Holyhead and Edinburgh England: London, North West, South East, West Midlands; Scotland; North Wales High Speed Main Line (125mph)

England

London

Most main UK routes terminate in London and there is an extensive suburban network[2][5]
Most main UK routes terminate in London and there is an extensive suburban network[2][5]

This is a list of routes entirely contained within Greater London.[5]

Name Opened Regions Electrified
Acton–Northolt line
(formerly "New North Main Line")
1903 London n/a
Bromley North Line
(Grove Park to Bromley North)
1878 London 750 V DC Third rail
Catford Loop Line
(Brixton to Shortlands)
1892 London 750 V DC Third rail
Chessington branch line
(Raynes Park to Chessington South)
1938–1939 London 750 V DC Third rail
Chingford branch line
(Clapton to Chingford)
1873 London 25 kV AC OHLE
Crystal Palace line
(Balham Junction to Beckenham Junction)
1856–1858 London 750 V DC Third rail
Dudding Hill line
(Acton to Cricklewood)
1875 London N/A
East London line 1869–2010 London 750 V DC Third rail
Farringdon–Herne Hill line 1863–1866 London 750 V DC Third rail
Gospel Oak to Barking line 1894–1868 London 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Greenford branch line
(GWML to Greenford)
1903 London N/A
Greenwich line 1836 London 750 V DC Third rail
Mid-Kent line
(Lewisham to Hayes)
1857–1882 London 750 V DC Third rail
Hounslow Loop Line
(Barnes Junction to Feltham Junction)
1850 London 750 V DC Third rail
South London line 1886 London 750 V DC Third rail
Kingston loop line 1863–1869 London 750 V DC Third rail
North London line
(Richmond to Stratford)
1846–1869 London 25 kV AC OHLE & 750 V DC Third rail
Northern City Line
(Moorgate to Finsbury Park)
1904 London 25 kV AC OHLE & 750 V DC Third rail
Greenwich Park branch line
(Nunhead to Lewisham)
1929 London 750 V DC Third rail
Romford–Upminster line 1893 London 25 kV AC OHLE
West London line
(Clapham Junction to Willesden Junction)
1844 London 25 kV AC OHLE & 750 V DC Third rail

East of England

A number of local lines branch from the main radial routes and closer to London are the outer terminals of the suburban network[2][5]
A number of local lines branch from the main radial routes and closer to London are the outer terminals of the suburban network[2][5]

This is a list of all routes that enter the East of England region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Abbey Line
(Watford Junction to St Albans Abbey)
1858 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Birmingham–Peterborough line 1840–1860 East, East Midlands, West Midlands N/A
Bittern Line
(Sheringham to Norwich)
1874–1877 East N/A
Braintree branch line
(Witham to Braintree)
1848 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Breckland line
(Cambridge to Norwich)
1845 East N/A
Cambridge line
(Cambridge to ECML)
1851 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Crouch Valley line
(Wickford to Southminster)
1889 East 25 kV AC OHLE
East Suffolk line
(Ipswich to Lowestoft)
1854 East N/A
Ely–Peterborough line 1847 East N/A
Felixstowe branch line
(Ipswich to Felixstowe)
1877 East N/A
Fen line
(Cambridge to King's Lynn)
1846 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Gainsborough line
(Marks Tey to Sudbury)
1865 East N/A
Hertford East branch line
(Hertford East to Broxbourne)
1843 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Hertford loop line
(Stevenage to Alexandra Palace)
1871–1924 London, East 25 kV AC OHLE
Ipswich–Ely line 1846–1851 East N/A
Lea Valley lines 1840–1891 London, East 25 kV AC OHLE
London, Tilbury and Southend line
(Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness)
1854–1888 London, East 25 kV AC OHLE
Marston Vale line
(Bletchley to Bedford)
1845 East, South East N/A
Mayflower line
(Manningtree to Harwich Town)
1854 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Peterborough–Lincoln line 1848–1882 East N/A
Shenfield–Southend line 1892 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Sunshine Coast Line
(Colchester to Walton-on-the-Naze)
1847–1882 East 25 kV AC OHLE
Watford DC line
(Euston to Watford Junction)
1862–1922 London, East 750 V DC Third rail
West Anglia Main Line
(Liverpool Street to Cambridge/Stansted Airport)
1840–1990 London, East 25 kV AC OHLE
Wherry Lines
(Norwich to Great Yarmouth/Lowestoft)
1844–1882 East N/A

South East

The commuter network stretches from London to the coast and there is a connection to France through the Channel Tunnel[2][5]
The commuter network stretches from London to the coast and there is a connection to France through the Channel Tunnel[2][5]

This is a list of all routes that enter the South East England region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Alton line
(Brookwood to Alton)
1852 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Arun Valley line
(Three Bridges to Arundel)
1848–1863 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Ascot–Ash Vale line South East 750 V DC Third rail
Ashford to Ramsgate line 1846 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Aylesbury–Princes Risborough line 1863 South East N/A
Bexleyheath line
(Lewisham to Dartford)
1895 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Brighton main line 1839–1941 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Caterham line
(Purley to Caterham)
1856 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Chatham main line
(London Victoria to Dover Priory)
1858–1926 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Chertsey branch line
(Staines to Weybridge)
1849 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Cherwell Valley line
(Banbury to Didcot Parkway)
1844–1873 South East N/A
Chiltern Main Line
(Marylebone to Birmingham Snow Hill)
1852–1910 South East N/A
Cotswold Line
(Oxford to Hereford)
1851–1860 South East, South West, West Midlands N/A
Dartford Loop Line
(Hither Green to Dartford)
1866 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
East Coastway line
(Brighton to Hastings)
1846–1871 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Eastleigh–Fareham line 1841 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Eastleigh–Romsey line 1847 South East N/A
Epsom Downs Branch
(Sutton to Epsom Downs)
1865 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Hampton Court branch line
(SWML to Hampton Court)
1849 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Hastings line
(Tonbridge to Hastings)
1845–1852 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Henley branch line
(Twyford to Henley-on-Thames)
1857 South East N/A
High Speed 1
(London to Channel Tunnel)
2003–2007 London, South East 25 kV AC OHLE
Island Line
(Isle of Wight)
1864 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Kent Coast line
(Minster East Jn to Buckland Jn)
1847 South East 750 V DC Third rail
London–Aylesbury line 1868 and 1899 London, East 630 V DC Fourth rail (partial)
Lymington branch line
(SWML to Lymington Pier)
1858 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Maidstone line
(Swanley to Ashford International)
1874–1884 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Marlow branch line
(Maidenhead to Marlow)
1854 South East N/A
Marshlink line
(Ashford International to Hastings)
1851 South East N/A
Marston Vale line
(Bletchley to Bedford)
1845 East, South East N/A
Medway Valley line
(Strood to SEML)
1844–1856 South East 750 V DC Third rail
New Guildford line
(Surbiton to Guildford)
1885 South East 750 V DC Third rail
North Downs Line
(Reading to Redhill)
1849 South East 750 V DC Third rail (partial)
North Kent Line
(London to Strood)
1846–1849 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Oxford–Bicester line 1850 South East N/A
Oxted line
(South Croydon to East Grinstead/Uckfield)
1858–1888 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
(Croydon–East Grinstead)
Portsmouth Direct line
(Woking to Portsmouth Harbour)
1845–1858 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Reading–Basingstoke line 1848 South East N/A
Reading–Taunton line 1847–1906 South East, South West N/A
Redhill–Tonbridge line 1884 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Seaford branch line
(Lewes to Seaford)
1864 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Sheerness line
(Sittingbourne to Sheerness-on-Sea)
1860 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Shepperton branch line
(Kingston Loop to Shepperton)
1864–1894 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail–
Slough–Windsor & Eton line 1849 South East N/A
South Eastern main line
(Cannon Street/Charing Cross to Dover Priory)
1842–1871 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Staines–Windsor line 1848–1849 South East 750 V DC Third rail
Sutton and Mole Valley lines 1847–1868 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Tattenham Corner line
(Purley to Tattenham Corner)
1897–1901 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Waterloo–Reading line 1846–1856 London, South East 750 V DC Third rail
Wessex Main Line
(Bristol Temple Meads to Southampton Central)
1847–1856 South East, South West N/A
West Coastway line
(Brighton to Southampton Central)
1840–1889 South East 750 V DC Third rail
West of England line
(Basingstoke to Exeter St David's)
1854–1860 South East, South West N/A

South West

There is a concentration of routes around Bristol and direct connections to Wales, London and other regions[6]
There is a concentration of routes around Bristol and direct connections to Wales, London and other regions[6]

This is a list of all routes that enter the South West England region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Atlantic Coast Line
(Par to Newquay)
1874 South West NA
Avocet Line
(Exeter to Exmouth)
1862 South West NA
Bristol–Exeter line 1841–1842 South West NA
Cornish Main Line
(Plymouth to Penzance)
1867 South West NA
Cotswold Line
(Oxford to Hereford)
1851–1860 South East, South West, West Midlands N/A
Exeter–Plymouth line 1846–1849 South West NA
Gloucester–Newport line 1850 South West NA
Golden Valley line
(Swindon to Cheltenham Spa)
1845 South West NA
Heart of Wessex Line
(Bristol Temple Meads to Weymouth)
1857 South West NA
Looe Valley Line
(Liskeard to Looe)
1860–1901 South West NA
Maritime Line
(Truro to Falmouth Docks)
1863 South West NA
Reading–Taunton line 1847–1906 South East, South West 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Riviera Line
(Exeter St David's to Paignton)
1846–1859 South West NA
Severn Beach line
(Bristol to Severn Beach)
1840–1900 South West NA
South Wales Main Line
(Swindon to Swansea)
1850–1903 South West, South Wales NA
St Ives Bay Line
(St Erth to St Ives)
1877 South West NA
Tamar Valley Line
(Plymouth to Gunnislake)
1890–1908 South West NA
Tarka Line
Exeter to Barnstaple)
1851–1854 South West NA
Wessex Main Line
(Bristol to Southampton)
1847–1856 South East, South West N/A
West of England line
(SWML to Exeter)
1854–1860 South East, South West N/A

East Midlands

There are rail links to adjacent regions and direct services to London
There are rail links to adjacent regions and direct services to London

This is a list of all routes that enter the East Midlands region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Birmingham–Peterborough line 1840–1860 East, East Midlands, West Midlands N/A
Buxton line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Buxton)
1863 East Midlands, North West 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Crewe–Derby line 1848 East Midlands, North West, West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Derwent Valley line
(Derby to Matlock)
1839–1849 East Midlands N/A
Doncaster–Lincoln line 1849 East Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Glossop line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Glossop/Hadfield)
1844 East Midlands, North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Ivanhoe line
(part of the Midland Main Line)
1840/1993 East Midlands N/A
Leicester–Burton upon Trent line 1832–1849 East Midlands N/A
Northampton loop 1881 East Midlands, West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Nottingham–Grantham line 1850 East Midlands N/A
Nottingham–Lincoln line 1846 East Midlands N/A
Oakham–Kettering line 1879 East Midlands N/A
Poacher Line
(Grantham to Skegness)
1848–1873 East Midlands N/A
Robin Hood Line
(Nottingham to Worksop)
1848 (reopened 1993–1998) East Midlands N/A
Sheffield–Lincoln line 1849 East Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A

West Midlands

There is a concentration of routes around Birmingham and direct connections to London and other regions[3]
There is a concentration of routes around Birmingham and direct connections to London and other regions[3]

This is a list of all routes that enter the West Midlands region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Birmingham–Peterborough line 1840–1860 East, East Midlands, West Midlands N/A
Birmingham to Worcester via Bromsgrove Line 1840–1879 West Midlands N/A
Birmingham to Worcester via Kidderminster line 1852–1867 West Midlands N/A
Chase Line
(Birmingham New Street to Rugeley)
1837–1859
(partly closed 1965,
reopened 1989–1997)
West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Chiltern Main Line
(Marylebone to Birmingham Snow Hill)
1852–1910 London, South East, West Midlands N/A
Cotswold Line
(Oxford to Hereford)
1851–1860 South East, South West, West Midlands N/A
Coventry–Leamington line 1851 West Midlands N/A
Coventry–Nuneaton line 1850 West Midlands N/A
Crewe–Derby line 1848 East Midlands, North West, West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Cross-City Line
(Redditch/Bromsgrove to Lichfield)
1837–1876 West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Leamington–Stratford line 1860 West Midlands N/A
Leicester–Burton upon Trent line 1832–1849 East Midlands, West Midlands N/A
Northampton loop 1881 East Midlands, West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
North Warwickshire Line
(Birmingham Snow Hill to Stratford-upon-Avon)
1908 West Midlands N/A
Rugby–Birmingham–Stafford line 1837 West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Shrewsbury–Chester line 1848 North West, West Midlands N/A
Stafford–Manchester line 1848–1887 North West, West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Stone to Colwich Line 1849 West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Stourbridge Town branch line 1879 West Midlands N/A
Trent Valley line
(part of the West Coast Main Line)
1847 West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Walsall–Wolverhampton line 1837 West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Welsh Marches line
(Newport to Shrewsbury)
1852–1858 North West, West Midlands,
Mid Wales, South Wales
N/A
Wolverhampton–Shrewsbury line 1848–1849 West Midlands N/A

North East

Suburban routes are concentrated around Newcastle with direct connections to Scotland, London and adjacent regions[7]
Suburban routes are concentrated around Newcastle with direct connections to Scotland, London and adjacent regions[7]

This is a list of all routes that enter the North East England region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Durham Coast Line
(Newcastle to Middlesbrough)
1833–1905 North East 1,500 V DC OHLE (partial)
Esk Valley line
(Middlesbrough to Whitby)
1835 North East, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Tyne Valley line
(Newcastle to Carlisle)
1834–1837 North East, North West N/A
Northallerton–Eaglescliffe line 1852 North East, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Tees Valley line
(Bishop Auckland to Saltburn)
1843–1861 North East N/A

North West

There is a significant concentration of routes around urbanised Liverpool and Manchester with the northern part of the region less well served[1][4]
There is a significant concentration of routes around urbanised Liverpool and Manchester with the northern part of the region less well served[1][4]

This is a list of all routes that enter the North West England region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Blackpool branch lines
(WCML to Blackpool North/South)
1846–1865 North West 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Borderlands line
(Wrexham Central to Bidston)
1887–1896 North West N/A
Buxton line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Buxton)
1863 East Midlands, North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Calder Valley line
(Blackpool North/Manchester Victoria to Leeds)
North West, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Chester–Birkenhead line 1840 North West 750 V DC Third Rail
Chester–Warrington line 1850 North West N/A
Crewe–Manchester line 1841 North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Cumbrian Coast line
(Carlisle to Barrow-in-Furness)
1844–1845 North West N/A
East Lancashire line
(Preston to Colne)
1846–1848 North West N/A
Furness line
(Barrow-in-Furness to Carnforth)
1846–1858 North West N/A
Glossop line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Glossop/Hadfield)
1842–1845 East Midlands, North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Hooton–Helsby line 1863 North West N/A
Hope Valley line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Sheffield)
1894 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Huddersfield line
(Manchester Piccadilly/Victoria to Huddersfield)
1849 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber Planned
Kirkby branch line
(Kirkby to Wigan Wallgate)
1848 North West N/A
Leeds–Morecambe line 1846–1864 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Liverpool–Manchester lines 1830–onwards North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Liverpool–Wigan line 1869–1871 North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Manchester–Preston line 1838–1841 North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Manchester–Southport line North West N/A
Mid-Cheshire line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Chester)
1855–1888 North West N/A
Morecambe branch line
(Lancaster to Morecambe/Heysham Port)
1864 North West N/A
Ormskirk branch line
(Preston to Ormskirk)
1848 North West 750 V DC Third Rail
Ribble Valley line
(Manchester Victoria to Clitheroe)
1845–1872 North West N/A
Settle–Carlisle line 1875 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Stafford–Manchester line 1848 North West, West Midlands 25 kV AC OHLE
Stockport–Stalybridge line North West N/A
Styal Line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Manchester Airport/Wilmslow)
1909 North West 25 kV AC OHLE
Tyne Valley line
(Newcastle to Carlisle)
1834–1837 North East, North West N/A
Windermere branch line
(Oxenholme Lake District to Windermere)
1847 North West Proposed

Yorkshire and the Humber

There is a concentration of commuter services around Sheffield and Leeds with a number of direct routes to London and other regions[4]
There is a concentration of commuter services around Sheffield and Leeds with a number of direct routes to London and other regions[4]

This is a list of all routes that enter the Yorkshire and the Humber region.

Name Opened Regions Electrification
Airedale line
(Leeds to Skipton)
1846 Yorkshire and the Humber 25 kV AC OHLE
Askern branch line
(Knottingley to Doncaster)
1848 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Calder Valley line
(Blackpool North/Manchester Victoria to Leeds)
1840s North West, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Dearne Valley line
(Sheffield to York)
1839–40 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Doncaster–Lincoln line 1849 East Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Esk Valley line
(Middlesbrough to Whitby)
1835–54 North East, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Hallam Line
(Sheffield to Leeds)
Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Harrogate line
(Leeds to York)
1848 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Hope Valley line
(Manchester Piccadilly to Sheffield)
1894 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Huddersfield line
(Manchester Piccadilly/Victoria to Huddersfield)
1849 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber Planned
Hull to York Line 1840 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Leeds–Morecambe line 1846–50 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Leeds–Bradford lines Yorkshire and the Humber 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Northallerton–Eaglescliffe line 1852 North East, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Penistone Line
(Huddersfield to Sheffield)
1845–50 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Pontefract line
(Leeds to Goole)
1848 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Selby Line
(Leeds to Hull)
1834 Yorkshire and the Humber 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Settle–Carlisle line 1875 North West, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Sheffield–Lincoln line 1849 East Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
South Humberside main line
(Doncaster to Cleethorpes)
1848 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
Swinton–Doncaster line South Yorkshire N/A
Wakefield line
(Leeds to Sheffield)
Yorkshire and the Humber 25 kV AC OHLE (partial)
Wharfedale line
(Leeds to Bradford Forster Square/Ilkley)
1865 Yorkshire and the Humber 25 kV AC OHLE
Yorkshire Coast Line
(Hull to Scarborough)
1845–46 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A
York–Scarborough line 1845 Yorkshire and the Humber N/A

Scotland

Railway lines in Scotland
Railway lines in Scotland

Scotrail Intercity lines

Glasgow commuter lines

Edinburgh commuter lines

Rural lines and Great Scenic Railways

Wales

Main lines

Cardiff commuter lines

Rural lines

Lines under construction

Name Between Opening Regions Electrification Type
Crossrail Abbey Wood and Shenfield to Reading and Heathrow Airport 2019 London 25 kV AC OHLE New Line
East West Rail Bicester Village and Aylesbury Vale Parkway to Bletchley and Milton Keynes Central 2023 South East England Not initially Reconstruction

References

Note: many maps cited are dead links as of 2016. Current maps are on the National Rail Enquiries - Maps of the UK National Rail Network Web site.[8]

  1. ^ a b c "National Rail Timetable Map" (PDF). Association of Train Operating Companies. 2009. Retrieved 26 December 2009.
  2. ^ a b c d "London and the South East Rail Services" (PDF). Association of Train Operating Companies. 17 May 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on 29 September 2007. Retrieved 26 December 2009.
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