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Rail passengers are reminded to check before they travel this Christmas and New Year so they’re aware of earlier last train times on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, and timetable changes due to bank holidays and engineering works.
Revised timetables are available in the “service alterations” section of the Greater Anglia website, or on the Greater Anglia app or Twitter.
Volunteers from Samaritans will be on hand to speak to rail passengers at some Greater Anglia stations tomorrow, to mark World Mental Health Day.
Samaritans will be at five Greater Anglia railway stations tomorrow (Thursday 10 October), where they will be speaking about their Real People, Real Stories campaign. They will also be available to listen to anyone who is in need of someone to talk to.
Volunteers from local branches will be at the following stations tomorrow:
Trains designed to blast leaves off the line are just one of a number of measures to keep passengers moving this autumn.
Leaves on the line pose problems for the railway as they stick to damp rails and passing trains compress them into a thin, slippery black layer on the rail which – much like black ice on the roads – can affect braking distance and reduce traction and acceleration.