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