Explore the Lines
Use the interactive map to find out information about each of the lines in our network.
Who are we and what do we do?
Essex and South Suffolk Community Rail Partner Ship look after six lines, The Flitch Line, Gainsbourough Line, Mayflower Line, Crouch Valley Line, Southend Line and Sunshine Coast Line, our aims are to increase the number of passengers using the trains, improve community engagement and to tackle social inclusion. We have a yearly plan which includes branch lane station improvements and a three year plan to get defibrillators at each branch line station. We want our passengers to feel safe at the stations and continue to use our trains.
Just to remind you that the wearing of face coverings when travelling on trains and other forms of public transport is highly encouraged to protect vulnerable people. To keep people safe, more thorough cleaning, improved information on potential crowding and one-way systems at busier stations have been put in place.
Full details of Greater Anglia’s revised timetables, advice on social distancing, face coverings, refund arrangements and other relevant information can be found on their website. www.greateranglia.co.uk
Watch the video which shows the new and extensive cleaning routine to Greater Anglia’s Trains to keep everyone safe when travelling on the trains.
Discover more things to do when you explore Essex & South Suffolk by train
Visit Clacton This Summer!
Visit Clacton-On-Sea this summer, a beautiful sea side town with so much to see. From beautiful blue sea’s and sandy beaches, to fun filled day's out. This Summer keep you and your family occupied by visiting Clacton, there is so much to do such as rides, amusements, mini golf, aquarium’s, a water park and many other brilliant attractions. With local caravan parks to stay at it really is the perfect family holiday or a trip with friends. Clacton Pier is just a 10 minute walk from the train station, there is plenty of places to eat along the front and other attractions to such as Clacton Upside Down House!
Essex and South Suffolk Rail lines
To watch the video on Essex and South Suffolk Rail lines please click the below link. The video will tell you some amazing places to visit via train and see the hard work our station adopters do, as well as listening to the exciting things we get up to.
South Woodham Ferrers Circular Walk
On Tuesday the 12th July ESSCRP held a South Woodham Ferrers Circular Walk where many people Enjoyed the breeze and fantastic views from Clements green Creek and River Crouch we completed the first half of the South Woodham Ferrers walk. Huge thanks to; everyone who braved the heat, Freddie our SWF station adopter who led the way sharing his local knowledge and SWF sailing club for the friendly welcome and a much appreciated cup of tea.