A full train service for Greater Anglia services on the Great Eastern Main Line will resume from Monday, following installation of a new piece of track at London Liverpool Street station last night.
Katie Mack 020 3356 2515
Urgent out-of-hours 0330 333 1800
Network Rail’s Anglia Route comprises over 1,700 miles of track from London Liverpool Street station to Norwich in the east and Cambridge in the west, the North London Line from Gospel Oak to Barking East, and Essex Thameside from Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness. With over 63.6 million passenger journeys, Liverpool Street is the third busiest railway station in Britain and the route is well connected with two airports, Stansted and Southend. Crossrail, when completed in 2019, will run from Shenfield to Liverpool Street and connect to Heathrow, and will transform journeys into the Capital by delivering more capacity and better connections to the City.
Latest news for this region
A full train service for Greater Anglia services on the Great Eastern Main Line will resume from Monday, with engineers scheduled to install a new specialist piece of track overnight this weekend (16-17 June).
Network Rail is urging Great Eastern Main Line passengers to check before travelling over the next few days, as engineers work to fix a major track fault at London Liverpool Street station.
Pedestrians and cyclists who cross the railway at Slipe Lane, Broxbourne, are able to do so more safely as a new footbridge opened today (Friday 8 June) as part of a £4m Network Rail project.
Engineers are undertaking urgent repair work on a rail bridge in the Manea area between Ely and Peterborough. An area of deterioration was found on the rail bridge structure during a regular inspection. To protect the safety of those using the 170 rail services that cross the bridge daily , we, in cooperation with our train operator partners, decided not to run services today between Ely and Peterborough.
Repairs have been progressing throughout the day and we expect the line to reopen for weekend services early Saturday morning.
Engineers are undertaking urgent repair work on a rail bridge in the Manea area to restore services as quickly as possible between Ely and Peterborough. Late last night, Network Rail, identified a fault following a regular survey of the bridge structure and in cooperation with our train operating partners, decided not to run passenger services between Ely and Peterborough to maintain the safety of passengers. This has allowed our engineers to carry out the urgent repair work which is expected to continue at least until the end of today. Engineers hope to be able to repair the fault in time for the weekend but further updates will be provided as work progresses.
Essential upgrades were completed over the bank holiday weekend as part of a £250m programme to upgrade the overhead wiring system between Chelmsford and London Liverpool Street, which will provide a more reliable service for passengers travelling between Norwich and London.
A new look Hackney Wick London Overground station was officially unveiled today (Thursday 24 May) by Sir Peter Hendy CBE, Chair of Network Rail and London Legacy Development Corporation, delivering major improvements for Londoners and businesses in the surrounding area.
Shocking CCTV footage shows scale of misuse at Thurrock level crossing, as two people are fined for trespass
Shocking footage from Network Rail shows the scale misuse at Grays station level crossing on station approach, as two people are fined for trespassing.
New research reveals lack of knowledge about railway dangers leads to more people taking risks at level crossings in Anglia
New research from Network Rail reveals a quarter1 of Anglia residents think crossing a motorway on foot is more dangerous than crossing the railway on foot, despite the fact that trains cannot swerve out of the way. This lack of awareness is causing more people to take risks, with only 33% identifying that crossing when barriers are down and no train is coming is a risk and only 21% recognising that crossing when the lights are flashing is a risk.