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20:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich due 22:59
20:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich due 22:59 has been delayed at Stowmarket and is now 11 minutes late.
This is due to safety checks being made.
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- 20:30 London Liverpool Street to Norwich due 22:59
New railway station at Cambridge North opening next month
A brand new landmark railway station for Cambridge - Cambridge North - is due to open next month.
Greater Anglia is opening Cambridge North station on Sunday 21 May.
It will serve Cambridge science and business parks and the suburbs and villages north of Cambridge city centre. Trains from both Greater Anglia and Great Northern will call there.
Network Rail, which has built the station, is currently putting the finishing touches to Cambridge North before handing it over to the rail company.
Greater Anglia becomes the preferred train partner of The O2
Greater Anglia is to become the preferred train partner of The O2, the world’s most popular music and entertainment venue, after its fast, frequent links to London have seen hundreds of thousands of people in the East of England travelling to events at the venue.
The partnership sees Greater Anglia customers enjoying the ability to book tickets for The O2 on the Greater Anglia website where they will also be able to get a third off train ticket prices when between three to nine people travel together off-peak with the Greater Anglia Groupsave deal.
Wickford ticket office's Tony celebrates 40 years on the railway
From paper tickets to plastic smartcards, a familiar face at Wickford rail station has spoken about the big improvements he has seen while clocking up 40 years’ service on the region’s railways.
Tony Noad, who currently works in Wickford ticket office, joined the railway on April 17, 1977.
And over the past four decades, he has seen some major changes on the railway – including ownership, ticketing and service frequency – and he claims today’s railway is the best it’s ever been.