The main rail line from East Anglia into London is to be closed for ten days over Christmas for major engineering work.Read the full story ›
Rail lines have reopened between Milton Keynes Central and London Euston following a large fire at a timber yard in Harrow.
However Network Rail says trains to and from London Euston may cancelled or delayed because trains and train crew are out of position.
It was a difficult day for commuters after a major fire at a London timber yard put one of the busiest rail lines in the country out of action.
All trains into Euston from Northampton and Milton Keynes were cancelled as more than 50 firefighters tackled the flames at the timber yard, further south at Harrow in North West London.
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Rush-hour commuters suffered major disruption as no trains were able to operate between Milton Keynes and London Euston due to a fire.Read the full story ›
The train service between Witham and Braintree has been suspended because a tree has been blown down.
The tree has damaged the overhead electric wires between Witham and White Notley and all lines are blocked. Greater Anglia says disruption is expected until 8am.
Network Rail engineers are at the location of the tree and will remove the debris as quickly as possible.
Buses are currently replacing trains.
Workers on Greater Anglia have voted overwhelmingly to go on strike in a dispute over the role of guards and driver-only trains.Read the full story ›
The rail company Greater Anglia has been showing off the the new trains coming to a station near you in 2019.
It is a preview of how the new carriages it's buying could look.
The franchise holder is replacing all of its ageing rolling stock with new-look services running in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire.
Nearly 700 carriages have been ordered from the Bombardier factory in Derby to make up 89 new five-carriage trains and 22 ten-carriage trains.
Commuters using them will have access to plug sockets, USB points and free wifi.
Overall, Greater Anglia is investing £1.4 billion on 169 new trains, of which £900 million is being spent on Bombardier trains.
A further 58 trains are being built for Greater Anglia by Stadler, in Switzerland, for Greater Anglia’s Intercity, Stansted Express and regional services.
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The number of travellers using a rail line that links Norwich with the Norfolk Broads and the seaside have tripled in the past 20 years.Read the full story ›
A crash investigation report has praised the driver of a Milton Keynes train which derailed after hitting a landslip caused by heavy rain.Read the full story ›
Greater Anglia is being urged to hold fresh talks with rail unions in a bid to prevent threatened industrial action.Read the full story ›
Lightning strikes have led to massive disruption for hundreds of rail passengers in the East.Read the full story ›