Trains disrupted between Norwich and Lowestoft due to flooding
Some train services in Norfolk and Suffolk were disrupted earlier because of flooding caused by high tides.
Abellio Greater Anglia suspended services until the early evening between Lowestoft and Norwich after water covered the line at Haddiscoe.
Replacement buses were used on routes affected by the disruption.
Later on Wednesday the Environment Agency removed all the seven flood warnings in place across Norfolk and Suffolk.
Abellio Greater Anglia said services from Norwich had been finishing at Great Yarmouth instead of Lowestoft.
Earlier, flood warnings had been in place for low-lying properties along parts of the tidal River Waveney, River Yare and Lower River Bure as well as Blythburgh, Lake Lothing in Lowestoft, Snape and Southwold.
David Kemp, from the Environment Agency, warned people to be prepared.
"They need to be aware we're going to see these higher water levels," he said.
"Most places which have the potential to flood on this will have seen flooding in recent years and they know about it."
The Harbour Inn in Southwold will not reopen until Thursday after being flooded.
Owner Nick Attfield said: "We had about six inches in - as soon as the tide receded we opened the flood doors and all the water just rushed out, but there is now a big clean-up operation."