National Express East Anglia

former East Anglian train operating company

National Express East Anglia was a train operating company and brand name of London Eastern Railway Ltd in the United Kingdom. It is part of the National Express Group and was branded as ‘one’ from 1 April 2004 to 26 February 2008.[1] It provides local, suburban and express services from Liverpool Street station in the City of London to destinations in the railway franchise known as the Greater Anglia network, stretching from north and east Greater London to Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk in East Anglia. After February 2012 the trains were run by Greater Anglia, a subsidiary of Nederlandse Spoorwegen.

National Express East Anglia
Franchise(s)Greater Anglia
1 April 2004 - 5 February 2012
Main region(s)East of England
Other region(s)London
Fleet size267
Stations called at167
National Rail abbreviationLE
Parent companyNational Express Group

References change

  1. "'one' Railway to vanish as National Express begins major rebranding exercise" (PDF). Railway Herald. 2007-11-17. p. Page 9. Retrieved 2008-02-13.[dead link]