North Norfolk Railway (Norfolk) Reviews
Newest Review: ... been the location for many a TV production and major film credits over the years. Also, usually three times a year, mainly on Bank Holiday weekends, it is also the home to Thomas and his friends, when the "Poppy Line" plays host to our favourite Blue Tank Engine. We took Lucy, our two-and a half year old (a big fan of Thomas), last Bank Holiday. We found that a prior surf through the NNR website was very fruitful, as there is a (non-printable) version of the timetable, informing visitors when Thomas is pulling the train, or alternatively "Diesel" the Diesel engine. It is very difficult to park in Sheringham, particul... more
Customer North Norfolk Railway (Norfolk) Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/09/01, updated on 03/09/01
An enjoyable ride and Holt is a pretty village to speand a couple of hours in. - Advantages: Good service, Holt is a nice desitnation, Real steam experience - Disadvantages: North Norfolk is a little remote
by - written on 04/05/01, updated on 04/05/01 (Very useful, 86 readings)
The North Norfolk railway is a very popular tourist attraction in Norfolk. I have been living in Norfolk for over five years and have had the pleasure of visiting this attraction three times now. Travelling behind a steam locomotive through beautiful countryside will make a memorable outing for all the family - you have the option to start your journey at either Sheringham, or Holt. The line now has a core of paid employees, but it has largely been through the efforts of a large team of volunteers that it has grown in recent years from three to five miles of line, connecting the two towns. From February to December, both steam and diesel trains run ... Read the complete review
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