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You can use the Resolver system to help you at every stage. You can use it to escalate your issue to all two levels of South Western Railway complaints. If your complaint is not resolved by South Western Railway, you can then package it up and send it to the Rail Ombudsman.
I’ve complained to South West Trains, but I’m not satisfied with the response. Is there a consumer watchdog I can contact?
Passenger Focus is the independent watchdog that looks after the interests of rail, bus coach and tram passengers.
How long will I have to wait if I make a South West Trains complaint to Passenger Focus?
Provided you’ve already raised a complaint direct with South West Trains, Passenger Focus aims to deal with any complaints within 35 days and will respond to any complainant within five working days.
How do I know South West Trains is the train company to complain to?
You can either take a look at the South West Trains network map, or look up your relevant journey on the National Rail Enquires journey planner tool. Alternatively, you can see if the station you travelled from is operated by South West Trains by using the company’s station search tool.
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South West Trains is the largest passenger rail franchise in the UK. Its services cover areas to the south and west of London, including Surrey, Hampshire, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, Berkshire, Wiltshire and the Isle of Wight. South West Trains is part of the Stagecoach group and mainly operates out of Waterloo Station.