PETERBOROUGH-ELY-NORWICH RAIL USERS
March, Brandon, Thetford, Attleborough and Wymondham are our principal intermediate stations.
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We welcome the summer 2017 timetable, which allows passengers leaving Thetford at 1024, 1124, 1224, 1324 or 1424 on Mondays to Fridays or at 0824 and hourly through to 1823 on Saturdays to travel to London Kings Cross in 106 minutes or less with just one change at Ely. Passengers can still travel to London in 110 minutes at 0719 or 0824 Mondays to Fridays with the one change.
Through trains between Norwich and Cambridge now serve the new Cambridge North station in both directions.
Following our request, passengers from March to Liverpool or Manchester can now pay affordable Advance fares when travelling on the through trains as well as when changing in Birmingham.
Issued 22 May 2017
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GOING ALL THE WAY
Our April newsletter summaries the investigation into a 2016 level crossing accident near Thetford and gives our view of capacity through Ely. John takes his first trip in a “new look” Liverpool-Norwich unit while Jane samples travel west of Peterborough.
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HAVE A LOOK AT OUR OTHER PAGES
A brief HISTORICAL
BACKGROUND of our line
CALLING AT ALL STATIONS Some facts about our line
Excerpts from the 1845 issue of WHITE'S HISTORY, GAZETTER AND DIRECTORY OF NORFOLK
Our line's TWO DECADES OF PROGRESS
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