Train company defends record after two services cut short within a week | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News – Eastern Daily Press

But North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has called on the firm to explain what had happened, saying it had “fallen short” on a number of occasions.

The Norwich to Sheringham train – known as the Bittern Line – 2.45pm service on August 3 was terminated at Cromer, as was the 2.45pm service on August 7, which was also 31 minutes late.

Greater Anglia said the first incident was due to “waiting for a train crew member” and the second was “due to a speed restriction”.

Some passengers took to social media to express their frustration, with one tweeting from the August 7 train: “Service is getting ridiculous and stressful every time I get it.”

And another commented after travelling on the August 3 service: “Train home from Norwich to Sheringham was running late and terminated at Cromer leaving passengers who live in West Runton and Sheringham to make their own way home. Dreadful way to treat passengers!” Train company defends record after two services cut short within a week | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News – Eastern Daily Press

 

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