Timetables

The following schedule of services is as appears as part of the National Rail timetable. The timetable covers the Ipswich – Lowestoft and Ipswich – Felixstowe routes. It is valid from 15 December 2019; the timetables are posted at all East Suffolk Lines stations.

Revised timetables are in effect during bank holidays and when engineering works take place.

Paper timetables are available at Ipswich, Lowestoft and other Greater Anglia staffed stations.  A PDF version is also available to download.

Beginning Monday 18 May new timetables will come into effect. They will be revised weekly with any changes published by Wednesday or Thursday for the following week. This is to allow timetables to be reviewed and adjusted in line with government guidance on the coronavirus pandemic. The revisions are available on the Greater Anglia website.

Personalised Pocket Timetables

Interested in a personalised timetable? You can now print your own pocket timetable for specific destinations. Enter up to 3 different departure and arrival stations, decide if you want intermediate station information, pick the days of the week, and you’re set to go. Timetables printed up to 12 weeks in advance include all planned alterations such as those due to planned engineering works.

Apps for your Smartphone, Tablet, or Smartwatch from Greater Anglia

Journey planning is easy with these apps for your smartphone, tablet, or smartwatch. Check timetables, train running information, real-time information, plan your journey, save your favourite stations, check fares, set alerts for disruptions, even buy tickets. Use the links below to get the Greater Anglia App for your Android device, iPhone/iPad.

Google Play

Train Delayed?

Get compensation with Delay Repay if your train is delayed by as little as 15 minutes no matter what the reason.


COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS: Avoid public transport - Travel only if it is essential

Instead try to walk, cycle, or use a car. If you can, wear a face covering if you need to use public transport.


If you do need to travel Greater Anglia has published a page with advice for passengers.


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