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Eastern England - History & Development

A mammoth skeleton found at West Runton, Norfolk, in 1990, is the most complete in the world. Fossilised footprints discovered on a nearby beach in 2010 at Happisburgh are 900,000 years old, and the oldest eveidence of early humans outside of Africa, known as Homo antecessor, with the earliest flint hand axe in north-west Europe..

Eastern England with it’s vibrant beautiful landscapes has also a great industrial heritage and is one of the most productive and inventive pioneering regions in the UK. Names like Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, John Dickinson Stationery, The Marconi Company's New Street Works, Elliott Brothers Research Laboratories, EDSAC computer, J. Lyons and Co Cambridge, Sir Christopher Cockerell (born in Cambridge) developed the hovercraft on Oulton Broad, Suffolk in 1956 and many more will explain.

Eastern England Map & Search Link

Eastern & North Eastern England Info Links

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Eastern  & North Eastern England Info

East Anglia Steam Train Experience

From Stibbington in Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire (East Anglia) North Eastern England

Tel 0208 133 9327


Luton Airport

London Luton

Airport Way LU2 9LY

Tel 01582 405 100


Stansted Airport

Enterprise House, Bassingbourne Road,

Stansted CM24 1QW

Tel 0844 335 1803


Harwich International Ferry Port

Parkestone, Harwich, Essex

Tel +44 (0)1255 242 000

Fax +44 (0)1255 241 400


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 North Eastern England - The Steam Train Country

 North Eastern England - The Steam Train Country

Eastern & Northeastern England

Explore Eastern and North Eastern England’s landscapes by following the romantic steam trains on their journey's through those regions...

The East of England succeeded the little-used standard statistical region East Anglia (excluding Essex, Hertfordshire or Bedfordshire then in the South East). England between the Wash and Thames Estuary has since time immemorial been and continues to be known as East Anglia, including the county traversing the west of this line, Cambridgeshire. East Anglia is one of the driest parts of the United Kingdom with average rainfall ranging from 450 mm to 750 mm. This is usually because low pressure systems and weather fronts from the Atlantic have lost a lot of their moisture over land (and therefore are usually a lot weaker) by the time they reach Eastern England. However the Fens in Cambridgeshire are prone to flooding should a strong system affect the area.

The region has the lowest proportion of jobless households in the UK – 0.5%

The East of England has one international ferry port, Harwich International Port, which together with the Port of Felixstowe, the UK's largest container port, and the Port of Ipswich forms the Haven ports group.

The East of England coast also holds a number of traditional fishing ports including the King's Lynn Docks, the Port of Lowestoft and Wells Harbour. Great Yarmouth Outer Harbour opened in 2010 and along with the Port of Lowestoft provides support for the North Sea energy industry, including the growing off-shore wind energy sector.

Luton Airport is the headquarters of easyjet. With Luton and Stansted, the region has two of the best, if not the biggest, airline hubs in Europe. Stansted Airport, built in 1991, is the fourth busiest in the UK, with 17m passengers in 2012, and Luton is the fifth busiest with 9m. Stansted has not had any success in attracting long-haul flight routes

The region is serviced by Network Rail Route 5 West Anglia and Route 7 Great Eastern as well as parts of Route 6 North London Line and Thameside, Route 8 East Coast Main Line and Route 18 West Coast Main Line. Major rail lines run London to Norwich, London to Cambridge and King's Lynn, and London to Southend with a number of rural branch lines servicing the wider region. A major freight route also runs between the Port of Felixstowe and London.