Don't worry -- if you miss one train in the East of England, another one will be along soon. London Eastern Railway, dba National Express East Anglia, provides passenger rail services, about 1,600 trains every weekday. The company's base of operations is London's Liverpool Street terminal; its train lines cross Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Cambridgeshire. It also operates the Stansted Express, connecting London and points east to Stansted Airport. Sister franchise, c2c, offers commuter service from London to South Essex. Parent National Express Group, which owns the train operating contracts, returned the East Coast mainline franchise in 2009 to the UK Department for Transport. The franchises terminate in 2011.