All aboard the jubilee train - times

ANGLIA Railways will be running some additional trains on the mainline route from Norwich to London for the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations over the extended two-day bank holiday.

ANGLIA Railways will be running some additional trains on the mainline route from Norwich to London for the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations over the extended two-day bank holiday.

Services will be increased to carry people to and from the major events in London on Monday, June 1 and Tuesday, June 2.

Details of Anglia Railways services for the Queen's Golden Jubilee weekend are:

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Trains will run according to the normal Saturday timetable.

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Normal Sunday timetable.

Monday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 4

Trains will run according to the normal Bank Holiday timetable on both days with three additional services in each direction. The additional services from Norwich will depart at 7.30am (calling at Diss, Stowmarket, Ipswich and Colchester), 3.40pm and 4.40pm (calling at Ipswich and Colchester). Additional services from London will depart at 10am, 6pm and 7pm calling at Colchester and Ipswich.

Services will run as above to get visitors into the city to view the State Procession and Festival Entertainment, and again in the early evening for the return journey home following the Royal Family's concluding balcony appearance at 5.45pm.

Crowd control measures may be put in place at stations close to major events.

Anglia Railways' local train service will run to the normal scheduled timetable over the bank holiday weekend. The new summer timetable commences on Sunday, June 2.

A brochure providing full details of Jubilee events and transport is available at major National Rail stations in London and the South East, or visit the Golden Jubilee Guide at www.nationalrail.co.uk

Customers are advised to check train times before they travel to contacting National Rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50 or the Anglia Railways Telesales team on 08700 40 90 90 or see the Anglia Railways website at www.angliarailways.co.uk

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