We’re changing every single train over the next two years, and changing your journeys forever

We're building a railway that works for our customers. New, spacious trains with free wifi, better timetables with more frequent services, and more peak-time seats into London. By 2020, your train service will be completely transformed.

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New train layouts

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  • 12 Car Intercity
    Norwich to Liverpool Street
  • 12 Car Stansted Express
    Stansted Airport to Liverpool Street
  • 10 Car Bombardier
    Ipswich/Clacton/Colchester/Southend/Cambridge/Hertford East to Liverpool Street plus branch lines
  • 5 Car Bombardier
    Ipswich/Clacton/Colchester/Southend/Cambridge/Hertford East to Liverpool Street plus branch lines
  • 4 Car Stadler
    Norwich to Gt Yarmouth/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Sheringham, Ipswich to Felixstowe/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Peterborough, Marks Tey and Sudbury
  • 3 Car Stadler
    Norwich to Gt Yarmouth/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Sheringham, Ipswich to Felixstowe/Lowestoft/Cambridge/Peterborough, Marks Tey and Sudbury

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First new Greater Anglia trains for Norwich to Cambridge line

Greater Anglia’s brand-new trains are now in passenger service on the Norwich to Cambridge line.

The first new train in passenger service on the route was Tuesday’s 6.33 Norwich-Cambridge service, served by a Stadler bi-mode train, which can switch between diesel and electric power.

Jamie Burles, Greater Anglia’s managing director, said: “We’re really pleased to be running our new trains between Norwich and Cambridge. This is a very busy route for commuters, business travellers and leisure travellers and feedback has been very positive.

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Specialist helps to make Greater Anglia's new “game-changing” trains

The first of Greater Anglia’s brand-new trains have now entered service, with much improved accessibility features - thanks partly to an access and inclusion professional who tested wheelchair accessibility as one of the final performance and safety tests.

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Sand sculpture on display at Great Yarmouth station

A replica of one of Greater Anglia’s brand-new trains has been sculpted out of sand at Great Yarmouth station.

The sculpture, which shows a bi-mode train alongside a leaping hare, Greater Anglia’s new brand symbol, took three days to build.

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