Live Track Diagrams

These track diagrams show you the location of trains on the railway in real-time. It's the same data as the signaller and train operators see.

Each black rectangle represents a "berth" where a train can be detected. If a train is detected in that berth, the train's reporting number (headcode) will be shown - for example, 1N01. Some trains operated by non-passenger operators, such as DB Schenker or DRS, will show an obfuscated headcode in a format such as 601A.

Where the line is blocked for any reason - such as for engineering works or due to an infrastructure fault, the signaller may put a special description in a berth. "SHUT", "BLOK" and "CLSD" normally mean the track is unavailable. "-T3-", "-XO-" or "POSS" usually mean there is an engineering possession.

Some of the diagrams also show additional information such as signal aspects - red for danger, green for any other colour, and when trains are ready to depart - a red "TRTS" indication.

London North Western

West Midlands
West Coast Main Line
Branch Lines
Manchester
Chilterns
Merseyrail

Anglia

Great Eastern Main Line
Neasden
East London Line
London, Tilbury and Southend
North London
West Anglia
North London Line
Branches

Sussex

Coastway
Brighton Main Line

Wales

Cambrian Line

Midland and Continental

High Speed 1

Western

Great Western Main Line
Branches

London North Eastern

East Coast Main Line
GNGE
Yorkshire
North Lincolnshire
Thameslink
West Yorkshire

Scotland

Edinburgh Waverley
Glasgow
Glasgow Area

Wessex

South West Suburban
South West Main Line
West of England
Windsor Lines

South West Main Line

Portsmouth Direct

Kent

Kent Suburban
Thameslink
Charing Cross to Dover

East Midlands

Nottingham
Midland Main Line