You all voted in Round One, now it's time for number 2. The Top 8 from Round One: LNER (22 Votes) British Rail (21 Votes) GWR (21 Votes) TPE (15 Votes) Northern (14 Votes) ScotRail (12 Votes) TfW (12 Votes) GA & Stansted (11 Votes) This time the poll will last 2 Weeks. You may vote two times. Other Things I was asked a couple of times what a TOC was. A TOC (Train Operation Company) is the company that operates services, like Southern, for example. London Northeastern Railway Taking Passengers between the Capitals of England & Scotland along the East Coast Mainline, LNER is a classic railway company of the pre-BR era, given a new life. British Rail Northern Trans-pennine, Tees Valley Line, Isle of Wight Formed after the Nationalisation of the Railways in Britain, British Rail struggled for years to bring the Network up to Scratch. Great Western Railway Great Western Express Featured in the first British Route for TSW, GWR Connects London to Wales and the West of England. Transpennine Express Transpennine Express offers wonderful express services across the Pennines Region, between cities like Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Northern Offering Commuter Services to the people of the North, Northern has struggled with a deteriorating Network and old trains. Scotrail Glasgow Cathcart Circle Probably the UK's best operator, ScotRail offers the wonderful West Highland Line, The Scottish Highlands, and Commuter Services in the vibrant Central Belt. Transport for Wales Currently undergoing a massive 'Metro' programme to overhaul the Network, Transport for Wales is a prime example of change for the good. Greater Anglia/Stansted Express Offering services from London to Anglia, and express services to Stansted Airport, Greater Anglia has a nice modern fleet of trains, however a small rewind and you see classic rolling stock. The top four progress to a unique 3rd Round.