East Anglian Traction
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Take a look at East Anglia's rail map and it's obvious that one line dominates. The Great Eastern mainline (GEML) from Norwich to London's Liverpool Street runs broadly north to south through the region with Ipswich an important junction on its route through Suffolk and on to Essex and the capital. Passenger services on this 'core' London route remain in the control of Class 90 locomotives. So, East Anglia is one of the last bastions for UK loco-hauled passenger trains. Additionally, some London-bound stopping services starting at Ipswich are handled by electric multiple units (EMUs). Several lines survive around the coast serving towns such as Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Sheringham. Both Ipswich and Norwich are also served by lines that run inland to destinations such as Cambridge and Peterborough. These secondary lines are chiefly served by diesel multiple units.
|Publication Date||12 Mar 2018|
|Record last updated||15/01/2019|