Guided Walk 27-08-2016Next East Suffolk Line Guided Walk Saturday 27 August 2016

Halesworth to Southwold - 10 miles (walk 18 in the East Suffolk Line Walks Book) - The walk starts at 10.10 from Halesworth station upon arrival of the 9.07 train from Lowestoft and the 9.17 from Ipswich.

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East Suffolk Lines Branded Train

East Suffolk Lines Branded Train

An Abellio Greater Anglia train is now promoting the...

Guided Walk Saturday 27 August

Guided Walk Saturday 27 August

The East Suffolk Lines Community Rail Partnership are to...

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Crossing Closure Postponed

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Abellio to Run New East Anglia Rail Franchise

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Lowestoft Station Visitor Information Centre

Lowestoft Station Visitor Information Centre

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Catch the Cycle Race By Train

Catch the Cycle Race By Train

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The East Suffolk LinesWhether you are commuting to the capital, or planning a day out in Suffolk, a great way to make the trip is by train. With hourly services to and from Felixstowe everyday, hourly Ipswich - Lowestoft services Monday to Saturday (every-other-hour Sundays with additional late afternoon Sunday services), and fast connections to London using modern air conditioned trains, the East Suffolk Line makes it easy to avoid the busy A12.

Catch a show in London, or explore the quaint towns and villages along the Suffolk Coast. Bring along your bicycle and see some of the most picturesque places in East Anglia. There are many things to see and do, and the East Suffolk Line makes it easy to get there.

A great way to explore the East Suffolk Line, and the towns and villages it passes through, is by using an Anglia Plus ticket. It allows you to get on and off the train as many times as you like on a single day; three day tickets are also available. Advanced reservations are recommended if you plan to bring your bicycle. Travel on this particular ticket from 8:45am onwards weekdays, or anytime at the weekends and during bank holidays.