c2c line status: Good service

07 April 2017

c2c is open for business this Easter

Passengers travelling with local train operator c2c will be able to travel direct to central London on all four days of the Easter weekend.

c2c, which is owned by one of Europe’s leading train operators Trenitalia, is running all its trains direct into Fenchurch Street from Friday 14 April to Monday 16 April. c2c will be the main public transport link to central London over the long weekend for people living in south Essex and east London due to engineering works on other train and tube lines.

c2c Commercial Director Clare McCaffrey said: “Easter is an important opportunity for the rail industry to undertake vital improvement works, but at c2c this year our message is that we are open for business.

“We have regular trains all Easter running into central London and it’s just a short hop on the tube from our stations to popular weekend destinations like Stratford and the West End.”

c2c has 2-for-1 offers at top London attractions and a guide with ideas for days out available online at www.c2c-online.co.uk/days-out-and-offers/days-out-offers/.

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For more information please contact Chris Atkinson on 020 7444 1868 or at chris.atkinson@c2crail.net or Emma Winfield on (0) 7342 066367 or emma.winfield@c2crail.net

About us:

c2c is the award-winning train operator running services between Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness, serving 26 stations in East London and South Essex. Owned by Trenitalia, c2c is one of the UK’s most punctual and popular train operators and over 43m journeys are made on our services every year.

 

Italian-based Trenitalia is one of Europe’s leading rail operators and the passenger rail arm of FS Italiane Group. Trenitalia manages passenger services with long haul connections, both on high speed (Frecciarossa) and conventional lines, and regional and metropolitan services. Overall FS Italiane Group runs 8,000 trains a day, serving 600 million passengers and carrying 50 million tons of freight a year, over a network exceeding 16,700 kilometres.