Published on: Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Last updated: Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Rail passengers in Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire can enjoy great days out by rail over the Easter weekend.
A majority of the Greater Anglia network is unaffected by engineering work this Easter.
Network Rail is carrying out some track improvement work, with most of it taking place on Easter Sunday.
Martin Moran, Greater Anglia’s Commercial and Customer Service Director, said: “Most of our network is free from engineering work this Easter, meaning people can enjoy trips to the capital or any of the other excellent destinations which we serve.
“Network Rail will be carrying out some engineering work and we would advise passengers to check before they travel.”
People can save money with a railcard, and groups of three or more can save with Groupsave. Children travel for just £2 with any adult and great-value fares start from as low as £6.
For timetables and the cheapest fares, book online at www.greateranglia.co.uk
Good Friday 19 April
An amended Saturday Service will run on the West Anglia line between Cambridge and Liverpool Street.
Saturday 20 April
A normal, timetabled service will run.
Easter Sunday 21 April
Network Rail will be maintaining the track between Liverpool Street and Hackney Downs until 09.50, trains (including Stansted Express trains), will be diverted via an alternative route - passengers should allow for slightly extended journey times.
Additionally, the following trains will now start or terminate at Stratford:
The 07.32 Cambridge to Liverpool Street service - this service will terminate at Stratford
The 07.51 Cambridge to Liverpool Street service - this service will terminate at Stratford
The 08.57 Liverpool Street to Cambridge service - this service will start from Stratford
The 09.28 Liverpool Street to Cambridge service - this service will start from Stratford
On the Peterborough/Cambridge to Ipswich route, buses will replace trains between Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich.
Easter Monday 22 April
An amended Saturday service will run on the West Anglia route.