About the NRE Feeds

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The Rail Delivery Group through National Rail Enquiries provide a number of data feeds for passenger-facing information systems across the railway network. The developers page on the NRE website is the canonical set of information pages for the data feeds provided. They also provide a summary of all the feeds they supply in the NRE feeds developer pack.

RDG used to be known as ATOC, a number of their data feeds can be also found through the Atoc Industry Data portal.

Outages and faults with the service should be reported to dsg_darwind3.support@caci.co.uk. For more general usage support, use the openraildata-talk forum.

Terms and Conditions

Freely available Feeds/APIs

Feed Type Availability
Darwin Webservice (Public) SOAP API Register
Darwin Webservice (Staff) SOAP API Register
Darwin Push Port Feed Register
Historical Service Performance REST API Register
KnowledgeBase Feed Register
DTD Feed Register
Locations (Proof of Concept) REST API Information

Licensed Feeds

NRE also provide a number of APIs from the Online Journey Planner service. Whilst anyone can request access to these APIs, due to contractual constraints NRE are currently unable to offer them without cost (and an associated license). More information can be found on the NRE site.

Feed Type Availability
RTJP web service SOAP API NRE
Disruptions web service SOAP API NRE
(What can I do with) My Ticket web service JSON API NRE


National Rail Enquiries Data Feeds
Data Feeds About the Feeds Darwin Webservice (Public) Darwin Webservice (Staff) Historical Service Performance Push Port KnowledgeBaseDTDLocations (PoC)Real Time Journey Planner
LDB API About
LDB-SV API About
HSP About
Push Port About XML Schemas Schedule Data Association Data Train Status Data Station Messages