c2c is one of the many TOC’s that operate services in and out of London, and today, I’ll be making a case for why it should be in TSW 2. C2c is a commuter rail network serving Great Britain ; specifically the country of England. The network encompasses 28 Stations, stretching over about 70 miles of track. It runs between the Fenchurch Street Station in London, to the Shoeburyness Station on the eastern coast of England. It consists of two branches, the Northern Branch, which runs via the London Underground District Line, and the Southern Branch, which runs via stations such as Dagenham Dock, and Rainham - a different rainham to the one featured in southeastern high speed . There’s also a connecting branch line that connects the Northern branch to the Southern Branch at the Upminster Station. Throughout the years, the c2c brand was owned by multiple different companies, with Prism Rail owning it through the 1990s, National Express owning it from the early 2000s to 2017, and currently, Trenitalia, whom you may know from their rail services in Italy. Similar to the Brighton Mainline, the c2c network runs from the city to the coast. In this case, from West to East instead of North to South , which would make a nice difference to TSW . I believe this is why the operator is named c2c, for city, or capital to coast. Now, being that this route is only really run by one operator, you may have thought that there wouldn’t be too many services or a variety of them, and that isn’t necessarily true. Overall, for c2c, there are 8 Trains Per Hour running along the core section of the route, from London Fenchurch St to Barking, with 4 Trains continuing along the mainline to Shoeburyness, 2 to Grays via Rainham, and 2 to Southend Central via Ockendon. You can also add 2 more trains per hour that branch off of the line at Barking, and run down to London Liverpool Street, however, this service is only run on Saturdays. Besides c2c, there are three other types of trains that run along the route, one being the London Underground District Line between West Ham and Upminster, which sees 15 Trains Per Hour, with 3 of those trains terminating earlier at the Barking Station. You also have the London Underground Hammersmith & City Line which runs about 6 trains per hour and runs between the West Ham and Barking Stations along the route. Finally, there’s the London Overground, which could be seen terminating at the Barking Station. There would be more services if the portion of the route between Barking and Liverpool Street was included, with one of those services featuring the Elizabeth Line, however, I won’t be going over it in this video, as the importance of this branch line is rather minimal. The rolling stock included would be these : The BR class 387/3 The BR class 357/0 The class 387/3 is a very similar EMU to the 387/2 , already featured on London commuter . The class 357/0 is another EMU , similar design to that of the class 171 ; the main difference being the 171 is diesel . Top : Class 387/3 Bottom : Class 357/0 All credit for this suggestion goes to ZeenozPlays , here is his video about this route : Thanks for reading this suggestion , comment your thoughts down below !