English: South Eastern Trains (SET) was a British train operating company set up to provide train services in the south-east of England including Kent, parts of East Sussex, and the South-East London commuter routes. The London termini of the services were Charing Cross, Blackfriars, Cannon Street, and Victoria. SET operated on 773 miles (1237 km) of tracks, with 178 stations. 82% of their train services went into London. From 1 April 2006 the franchise was taken over by Southeastern
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