The 'East Suffolk Line', the railway linking Ipswich and Lowestoft, traverses some of the most delightful of
Suffolk's unspoilt countryside. The line was proposed for closure in the 1960s but was saved following a local
campaign and today it continues to serve as an essential lifeline for rural communities. Visitors to
the area can enjoy the passing scenery in a relaxed way without the bother of finding suitable parking places or
having to worry about car safety.
As well as the walks between the stations on the East Suffolk Line,
there are also several interesting walks beginning and ending at Trimley and Felixistowe stations.
Guided walks take place throughout the year.
The most recent guided walk took place Saturday 5 April 2014. Details of the next guided walk will appear here when the date is set.