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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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It's to improve service reliability while others are being refurbished.
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