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Special train full for FA Vase final

PUBLISHED: 12:49 07 May 2008 | UPDATED: 20:19 05 July 2010

NATIONAL Express East Anglia has announced that all seats have now been sold on the special train running from Lowestoft to London Liverpool Street for the FA Vase Final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday between Lowestoft Town and Kirkham & Wesham.

NATIONAL Express East Anglia has announced that all seats have now been sold on the special train running from Lowestoft to London Liverpool Street for the FA Vase Final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday between Lowestoft Town and Kirkham & Wesham.

The 500 supporters will descend on Lowestoft station to travel on the non-stop nine coach special train to London Liverpool Street, which departs at 09.10. To allow for possible extra-time and penalties at Wembley Stadium, the return train is scheduled to depart Liverpool Street at 19.20.

Customers travelling on the train are advised that the special train is alcohol free. No alcoholic drinks will be sold on the train and customers are requested not to be bring any alcoholic beverages onto the train.

Anita Miles, group station manager for National Express East Anglia Rural Routes said: “We're delighted that 500 Lowestoft Town fans will be travelling with National Express East Anglia to Wembley for the biggest day in the football club's history.

“There is sure to be a wonderful atmosphere amongst the supporters and we all wish the Trawler Boys the best of luck and look forward to welcoming the cup to Lowestoft!”

Although the special train is full, any supporters wishing to travel to London on Sunday by the scheduled train services are advised to check train times by calling-in at Lowestoft Station ticket office, or contact National Express on 0845 600 7245 or via the website at: www.nationalexpresseastanglia.com

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