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 ›
Abellio is to sell 40% of its Greater Anglia rail franchise to Japanese company Mitsui,Read the full story ›
Rail passengers are getting the chance to talk directly to Greater Anglia rail managersRead the full story ›
Two lightning strikes have led to massive disruption for thousands of rail passengers in the EastRead the full story ›
The rail service is suspended on Greater Anglia between Cromer and Sheringham due to a points failure.
Trains are unable to run on any of the lines.
Abellio Greater Anglia says train services running to and from this station may be cancelled, delayed by up to 30 mins or revised. Disruption is expected until 11am.
Network Rail has issued a safety warning after a child and adult were seconds away from being hit by a speeding train at a level crossing.Read the full story ›
A campaign to fight plans for a new rail depot in Northamptonshire has been given a cash boost.
Councillors on South Northamptonshire have voted to set aside a hundred thousand pounds to block the proposals by Rail Central for a 700 acre site between Milton Malsor and Blisworth.
People living in the area say it would cause traffic problems, ruin the countryside and end the rural community but the scheme's developers say it will create eight thousand jobs.
A visit to the Anglia region by the historic steam locomotive The Flying Scotsman has been cancelled after safety concerns.
The legendary locomotive was due to run a special excursion train from Ely to Norwich however the trip's been called off.
It's after thousands of pounds worth of delays were caused when people got too close to the tracks as the engine steamed through St Neots in Cambridgeshire in February.
It was feared the same might happen when the East Anglia trip was due to take place on 25 May.