East Anglia can sometimes be overlooked in favor of the larger mainlines that run through this country but, as can be seen by this exhibition of sights found within the boundaries of an Anglia Day Ranger, it can be an interesting and often picturesque place to spend time on the rails. From the vast open areas of the Norfolk broads on the Wherry Lines from Norwich to Great Yarmouth/Lowestoft to the busier commuter stations such as Cambridge, Rail Rover: Anglia Ranger looks at all the various branch lines, with a variety of different operators operating in and around the area and a plethora of different colored liveries only enhancing the already rich colors of East Anglia.
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About the Author
Adam Head is an East Anglian who has had a keen interest in photography and the railways from a young age. When he isn’t working, he can often be found out and about on the railways around East Anglia and other parts of the UK discovering new sights and trains.