Abellio Greater Anglia:Tickets, Schedules and Routes

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Abellio Greater Anglia History

Abellio Greater Anglia Trains took over from National Express in 2012 as the operator of the rail franchise serving eastern England. The company's network covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and parts of Hertfordshire. The Abellio parent company, founded in 2001, is an international offshoot of the Dutch state railway, NS.

Abellio Greater Anglia Stations and Destinations

Running a mixed fleet of electric and diesel trains, Abellio Greater Anglia offers mainline links from London Liverpool Street to Norwich and the Norfolk coast, Ipswich and the Suffolk coast and a commuter route through Essex to Southend Victoria. The company also provides direct trains to Cambridge and services to the international ferry port at Harwich and Stansted Airport. The Abellio network includes busy commuter routes connecting London to East Anglia in addition to scenic tourist services.

Abellio Greater Anglia Services

Most Abellio Greater Anglia trains offer a choice between first and standard class seats. On journeys on the Intercity mainline service between London and Norwich a cafe bar serves snacks, drinks and confectionery. Trains on the London to Norwich or Ipswich routes offer WiFi, free for first class ticket holders or with a small charge in standard class. Many trains feature easily accessible priority seating for the disabled or the elderly. An increasing number of stations on the Abellio Greater Anglia network offer cycle parking services.

Abellio Greater Anglia Ticket Types

Like most UK rail operators, Abellio Greater Anglia offers a wide variety of ticket types with significant differences in fares. While most commuters will use a season ticket, leisure travellers can take advantage of cheaper advance tickets, group savings, railcard discounts, East Anglia rover tickets and even a combined train and ferry ticket to the Netherlands.

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