New trains now in passenger service on Norwich-Sheringham line
Greater Anglia’s new longer trains have now started to enter service on the Bittern Line between Norwich and North Walsham, Cromer and Sheringham and all stations in between
New train on maiden voyage on West Anglia route
One of Greater Anglia’s brand new electric trains has carried out its first successful test run between Liverpool Street and Stansted Airport.
“Super six” train drivers test new trains
A group of Greater Anglia train drivers known as the “super six” are testing new trains to make sure they are fit for passenger service.
Production of Greater Anglia’s new commuter trains well underway
The first 100 carriages of Greater Anglia’s new electric commuter trains have now been built.
UK manufacturer Bombardier is building 111 new ten and five-carriage trains for Greater Anglia – 655 carriages in total - which will serve commuter lines into London Liverpool Street.
The twentieth train is now on the production line at Bombardier’s factory in Derby.
New trains for busy Norwich – Cambridge route
Greater Anglia today officially launched the introduction of brand-new state-of-the-art trains between Cambridge and Norwich - one of the busiest regional routes on the network.
New bi-mode trains, which can run on diesel or electricity, are now in service on the Cambridge-Norwich route, where last year over 700,000 journeys were recorded.
Why isn’t one of your new trains on my route?
Our new trains are here. They’re in passenger service on routes from Norwich to Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Cambridge and carrying out test runs on other parts of the network. You’re probably seeing them out and about and wondering why they’re not on your route as well – especially as we’ve been talking about these new trains for three years now.
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