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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.
Free rail travel for police officers attending PC Keith Palmer’s funeral
Greater Anglia has announced that it will provide free rail travel to any police officers wishing to attend the funeral of PC Keith Palmer on Monday 10 April.
Officers just need to present a valid warrant/ID card for return travel to London from any station on the Greater Anglia network.
Check before you travel for bank holiday timetables and engineering works this Easter
Greater Anglia customers are reminded to check before they travel this Easter to be aware of Bank Holiday timetables and engineering works.
Some services will be replaced with buses over the Easter weekend, mainly in south Essex, where Network Rail is replacing overhead lines and continuing with Crossrail work.
But the Norwich to Sheringham line will also be replaced with a bus service on Sunday 9 April and Easter Sunday while Norfolk County Council builds a bridge over the railway at Rackheath for the Norwich Northern Distributor road.