Fen Line

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The Fen Line is a railway in the United Kingdom that runs between the cities of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire and King's Lynn, Norfolk; the line is so called because it runs through The Fens. The line is part of the Network Rail Strategic Route 5 and comprises SRS 05.06 and part of 05.05. It is classified as a secondary line except between Cambridge and Ely which is classified as a London and South East commuter line.


First Capital Connect

First Capital Connect operate through services to London King's Cross (via the Hitchin-Cambridge Line). These services operate non-stop between London and Cambridge for most of the day, as part of the half-hourly "Cambridge Cruiser" service. One train an hour is extended beyond Cambridge to serve most or all stations to King's Lynn.

These services usually use Class 365 electrical multiple units. Three Class 365 EMUs have received names associated with the line:
  • The Fenman (365 518) - previously a "named train" that used to operate on this line, consisting of locomotive-hauled InterCity trains;
  • Robert Stripe Passengers' Champion (365 527) was named on 10 March 2006, after the 21st Anniversary of the Fen Line Users Association;
  • Nelson's County (365 531) had a special livery applied to the outside which shows various scenes of West Norfolk.

National Express East Anglia

National Express East Anglia operate some direct services from London Liverpool Street to King's Lynn (via...
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