PETERBOROUGH-ELY-NORWICH RAIL USERS

March, Brandon, Thetford, Attleborough and Wymondham are our principal intermediate stations.

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NEWS

Passenger numbers continue to grow at many stations. The 2014/15 estimates include:

Attleborough 153,800

Brandon 103,200

March 378,600

Thetford 295,000

Wymondham 182,100

 

All numbers can be found at www.orr.gov.uk Go to Statistics then Published statistics.

 

Issued 9 November 2016

 

NEWS ARCHIVE

COME IN


Help us to work constructively with opinion-formers, official bodies and the rail industry to deliver our vision of:

 

WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO

 

ENHANCING NORWICH-CAMBRIDGE

DEVELOPING LIVERPOOL-NORWICH

BIRMINGHAM-MARCH-STANSTED AIRPORT

TRAINS AND CYCLES

YOUR TRIP


To keep us informed, we need to know about your journeys - good or bad, long or short, occasional or every day - on:

Please send your experiences and questions to penrugjohn@gmail.com

GOING ALL THE WAY


Our October newsletter includes a statement of our wishes for advice and ticketing. It supports in principle plans for a dive-under at Werrington. Steven and Robert give refreshing advice to Pauline and Richard while Jane gazes through the window of her clean and punctual train from Birmingham but Mark has to travel from Cambridge to Norwich via Stowmarket three times in ten journeys.

Membership of Peterborough-Ely-Norwich Rail Users costs 3 from now until the end of 2017. Cheques should be made payable to "PETERBOROUGH-ELY-NORWICH RAIL USERS" and sent to: PENRUG, Thistledew, Fen Street, Old Buckenham, Attleborough, Norfolk, NR17 1NW. Please include your postal and email addresses. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM

HAVE A LOOK AT OUR OTHER PAGES

 

RESIGNALLING

DISCOVER THE TOWNS BETWEEN CAMBRIDGE AND NORWICH

TAKE A TRAIN FROM MARCH

TAKE A TRAIN FROM THETFORD

MAKE FOR A MARKET TOWN FROM PETERBOROUGH

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

OTHER SITES


For fares, station facilities or train times, please visit
www.nationalrail.co.uk

THANK YOU 


penrugjohn@gmail.com looks forward to hearing from you.