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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.
Latest news for this route
Shocking image shows young boys risking their lives taking photos at Cambridgeshire level crossing
Three young boys have been spotted risking their lives as they take photos at a level crossing in March on the busy Ely to Peterborough rail line.
School children across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire warned to keep off the tracks and tune into railway safety lessons at home
- Child railway trespass injuries always spike during school closures
- First ever opportunity to tune into railway safety lessons from home
- Parents urged to hammer home railway safety message before it’s too late
Southend rail services return as speed restriction lifted
Southend rail passengers are able to catch their usual train from Monday 16 March after a speed restriction at Maryland, near Stratford, was lifted.
Huge package of reliability improvements coming to Anglia’s rail network this Easter
A huge package of improvements will be carried out across Anglia’s busy rail network this Easter which will result in fewer delays and provide a more efficient rail service to passengers in the region.
Wherry lines fully re-open following completion of 23 days of engineering works
The line between Norwich and Lowestoft re-opened today following the completion of track works in the Hassingham area to improve journey reliability for passengers.
Billericay Landslip - Normal service expected to resume on Monday 24 February
On the morning of Wednesday 19 February, a landslip caused damage to the tracks between Billericay and Wickford on the Southend Victoria line. Ballast, the stones that help keep tracks safely in place, had fallen away under a section of track.
Network Rail’s engineers are working to repair the damage to the tracks and the embankment. With the line already planned to close this weekend for overhead line upgrade work, we expect all repairs to be completed for normal service to resume on Monday 24 February.
Landslip at Billericay to cause disruption to passenger services on the Southend Victoria line
A landslip has caused damage to the tracks between Billericay and Wickford on the Southend Victoria line. Following a report from a train driver and an inspection by engineers, it was found that ballast, the stones that help keep tracks safely in place, have fallen away under a section of track.
Gospel Oak to Barking line reopens today
The Gospel Oak to Barking line has reopened today (Wednesday 19 February) following completion of extensive repairs following a derailed freight wagon.
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