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Norwich was the most popular destination outside of London for leisure passengers travelling on the Greater Anglia network in 2019.
Nearly 650,000 leisure journeys were made to Norwich last year. More than half a million people opted for a trip to Cambridge while 427,000 chose to visit Chelmsford. Colchester attracted 420,000 people while Ipswich welcomed just under 400,000.
Community volunteers have stepped forward to ‘adopt’ Chappel & Wakes Colne station in Essex in partnership with train operator, Greater Anglia and the Essex and South Suffolk Community Rail Partnership.
Cambridge railway station and the line from Cambridge to Bishop’s Stortford celebrate their 175th birthdays today (29 July).