Rail watch man in Ipswich

ANGLIA Railways was playing host to a very important guest today as the Rail Regulator, Tom Winsor, visits the company. Mr Winsor was being met by Jeremy Long, chairman of Anglia Railways and chief executive of GB Railways, and Max Steinkopf, executive director of GB Railways, at London Liverpool Street where he will boarded a train to Norwich, and enjoyed breakfast in the restaurant car on the way.

ANGLIA Railways was playing host to a very important guest today as the Rail Regulator, Tom Winsor, visits the company.

Mr Winsor was being met by Jeremy Long, chairman of Anglia Railways and chief executive of GB Railways, and Max Steinkopf, executive director of GB Railways, at London Liverpool Street where he will boarded a train to Norwich, and enjoyed breakfast in the restaurant car on the way.

In Norwich, Mr Winsor visited Anglia Railways' telesales centre and Crown Point train maintenance depot.

His visit to Ipswich included a tour of the company's headquarters to hear about the operation of Anglia Railways' new Cambridge to Norwich service, the company's initiatives with community rail partnerships, county councils and rail user groups to improve local train services in East Anglia, and joint-working initiatives with Railtrack to improve train performance.


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Jonathan Denby, Anglia Railways' corporate affairs director, said, "We are delighted to welcome Mr Winsor to East Anglia to illustrate the effective way in which the business is run and highlight the wide range of initiatives we have developed to improve performance and customer service for our passengers."

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