National Express East Anglia - National Express East Anglia Services - B

National Express East Anglia - B
National Express East Anglia Services
In addition to its domestic services, the company was also a partner with Stena Line and Nederlandse Spoorwegen in the Dutchflyer service. Most of the London services use Liverpool Street as their terminus.
Former Anglia Franchise
  • Intercity Great Eastern Main Line services to Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich and Norwich as well as local services in Suffolk and Norfolk
  • Bittern Line (Norwich - Cromer - Sheringham)
  • Breckland Line (Norwich - Ely (continuing to Cambridge)
  • East Suffolk Line (Ipswich - Lowestoft)
  • Ely to Peterborough Line (Ely - Peterborough)
  • Felixstowe Branch Line (Ipswich - Felixstowe)
  • Ipswich to Ely Line (Ipswich - Bury St Edmunds, continuing to Ely/Newmarket - Cambridge)
  • Wherry Lines (Norwich - Great Yarmouth / Lowestoft)
Former Great Eastern Franchise
  • Great Eastern Main Line to Chelmsford, Colchester, Clacton-on-Sea and Ipswich
  • 'Shenfield Metro' service Liverpool Street - Shenfield
  • Upminster Branch Line (Romford - Upminster)
  • Shenfield to Southend Line (Shenfield - Southend Victoria)
  • Crouch Valley Line (Shenfield–Wickford - Southminster)
  • Braintree Branch Line (Witham - Braintree)
  • Gainsborough Line (Marks Tey - Sudbury)
  • Sunshine Coast Line (Colchester - Colchester Town - Clacton-on-Sea and Walton-on-the Naze)
  • Mayflower Line (Manningtree - Harwich Town)
Former West Anglia Great Northern Franchise
  • Lea Valley Lines (Liverpool Street to Chingford / Enfield / Cheshunt), also services on the Hertford East Branch Line
  • Local services from Liverpool Street - Stansted Airport
  • Stratford - Stansted Airport
  • West Anglia Main Line Liverpool Street - Harlow / Cambridge (and limited service to King's Lynn)
For eight weeks in summer 2004, Ipswich tunnel was closed with One running two Norwich to Liverpool Street services via Cambridge with Cotswold Rail Class 47s.
In December 2004 new services were introduced from Liverpool Street to Lowestoft (via East Suffolk Line or Norwich), Peterborough, Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge via Ipswich. However, in December 2010 these services become withdrawn.
The Liverpool Street to Harwich International Boat Trains used to be operated by Class 86s and Mark 2s, however EMUs took over the service.
National Express East Anglia Overview
National Express East Anglia Franchise(s): Greater Anglia
1 April 2004 – 4 February 2012
National Express East Anglia Main Region(s): East of England
National Express East Anglia Other Region(s): London, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire
National Express East Anglia Stations Called At: 168
National Express East Anglia Parent Company: National Express
National Express East Anglia Reporting Mark: LE
National Express East Anglia Successor: Greater Anglia
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