First Great Western, which is joining up with Wessex Trains and First Great Western Link, launched a competition asking passengers to nominate local places and attractions regarded as important to them.
What does FGWL stand for?
FGWL stands for First Great Western Link (UK)
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The Group currently operates four passenger rail franchises -- First Great Western, First Great Western Link, First TransPennine Express and First ScotRail -- and one open access operator Hull Trains.
Details of the two new franchise awards are as follows: Greater Western Franchise The new Greater Western franchise, which combines First Great Western, First Great Western Link and Wessex Trains, will commence on 1 April 2006 and run for seven years with a potential extension for three further years.
The new kits are part of assault packs which are being issued to 2,000 staff on board First Great Western and First Great Western Link trains and at the 85 stations operated by the two companies.
The former Thames franchise, which runs trains between London Paddington, Oxford and the Cotswolds, is now run by First under the First Great Western Link banner.
The line is used by diesel trains run by Central, Chiltern, Virgin and First Great Western Link passenger services.
The new franchise, due to start on April 1 next year, will combine First Great Western and First Great Western Link, both First companies, and Wessex Trains.
First currently operates the Great Western franchise, which runs InterCity services between London, the Cotswolds, the South West and South Wales, as well as First Great Western Link, the commuter network linking London with the Thames Valley.