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Extra train services for Norwich City v Ipswich Town local derby
Greater Anglia is running extra train services on Sunday 26 February for football supporters travelling to Norwich for the Championship local derby between Norwich City and Ipswich Town.
Extra trains, in addition to the scheduled services, will operate as follows:
Before the match
09.40 Ipswich to Norwich, calling at Stowmarket (09.51) and arriving in Norwich at 10.22
10.05 Ipswich to Norwich, calling at Stowmarket (10.20) and arriving in Norwich at 10.58
After the match
Plans unveiled for new depot near Manningtree
Greater Anglia has unveiled plans for a brand new state-of-the art train maintenance depot to be built on the site of a derelict chemical works factory on the Essex/Suffolk border.
Greater Anglia highlights key East Anglia rail infrastructure priorities
Train operator Greater Anglia has set out the key East Anglian rail infrastructure upgrade priorities which it believes need to be delivered over the next decade.
The company’s Managing Director Jamie Burles is writing to stakeholders across the region (including MPs, local authorities, local enterprise partnerships, chamber of commerce and rail user groups) to seek their support in making the case to government, ministers and other key decision makers for the investment to be made available to Network Rail to implement ten key schemes within the next ten years.