Trains from Norwich To Cromer
Greater Anglia offers regular and direct trains from Norwich to Cromer.
Trains leave every hour* taking just under 40 minutes to get to Cromer station. Tickets start from £7.50, you won't find a cheaper fare anywhere else, but in the unlikely event you do find a cheaper deal, we will refund the difference with our online price promise.
It is mandatory for all passengers on trains and stations to wear a face covering/mask unless they are exempt. These exemptions apply to children under the age of 11 & People who have a disability that prevents them from being able to put on or remove face coverings.
Face coverings can be removed temporarily to eat or drink on trains.
£600,000 has been invested into extra cleaners and cleaning equipment such as:
- Fogging guns (used to sanitise and disinfect large areas)
- Powerful vacuum cleaners (clean the air as well as the floor/upholstery)
- Hygiene monitoring equipment (to make sure our cleaning is as effective and efficient as possible)
- Soap, water and free hand sanitizers at all stations.
We are increasing cleaning and paying attention to high touch areas on our vehicles. When necessary, we are creating a ‘bubble’ around our drivers in order to reduce their own risk and the risk of all passengers on the train. In some cases, operators have even installed clear barriers to reduce risk.
All travellers are required to wear face coverings on rail replacement or risk being fined.
Despite lower passenger loadings standby levels have been maintained and, in some areas, increased to provide additional social distancing capacity.
Have Questions? Read Our FAQ Below
What time does the first train leave from Norwich to Cromer?
The first train departs Norwich station for Cromer at 05:10 Monday to Friday, 05:20 on Saturday and 08:36 On Sunday
What time does the last train leave from Norwich to Cromer?
The last train departs Norwich station for Cromer at 23:05 Monday to Saturday and 20:36 on Sunday.
Where does the Norwich to Cromer train stop?
The Norwich to Cromer train stops in Salhouse, Hoveton & Wroxham, Worstead, North Walsham, Gunton, Roughton Road and Cromer. The stops will differ depending on the service as there are ‘faster services’ that skip certain stops.
Is there Wi-Fi on the Norwich to Cromer train?
Wi-Fi on all services will start rolling out from June 2019. So you can catch up with your boxsets, update your social media or do last minute preparation for a meeting.