A major main line under Abellio Greater Anglia’s control connecting East Anglia to the capital, the Great Eastern Main Line opened in 1862 and for just under 115 miles passengers are immersed in the sights of Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex before arriving into London.

Primarily used by commuters journeying to and from London, the line is also used by leisure travellers, serving numerous seaside resorts, shopping destinations and countryside getaways.

In a well-illustrated photographic journey, this book looks in detail at the entirety of this line, from London to Norwich, including all the stations and the variety of locomotives and multiple units that operate in the area.