Room with a View

When you explore East Anglia by train, you’ve got the best seats in the house, a comfortable room with a view, through the heart of the region’s finest natural splendour.

From cathedrals to coasts, rolling fields to breathtaking sunsets or the serene expanses of water of the Broads National Park, a journey through East Anglia by train is different every time.

A changing view depending on the weather and the seasons.

There are lots of things to see and do, glorious countryside and miles of stunning coastlines to explore – download our ‘Bucket (and spade!) Lists for ideas of what to do along each line and tick them off as you go.

What will you discover?

The Bittern Line – Norwich to Sheringham, see here to explore The Bittern line

The Wherry Lines – Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, see here to explore The Wherry Lines

The East Suffolk Lines – Ipswich to Lowestoft and Felixstowe, see here to explore The East Suffolk Lines

The Sunshine Coast Line – Colchester to Walton On The Naze, Frinton On Sea and Clacton On Sea, see here to explore the Sunshine Coast Line

The Mayflower Line – Manningtree to Harwich Town, see here to explore The Mayflower Line

The Gainsborough Line – Marks Tey – Sudbury, see here to explore The Gainsborough Line

The Crouch Valley Line – Wickford – Southminster, see here to explore The Crouch Valley Line

The Southend Line – Wickford – Southend, see here to explore The Southend Line

The Flitch Line – Witham to Braintree, see here to explore The Flitch Line

The Hereward Line – Peterborough to Ely, see here to explore The Hereward Line