The North Norfolk Steam Railway, also called The Poppy Line, runs along the North Norfolk coast. Get ready for panoramic views, hidden gems and little villages bursting with character. There’s also the option to book in for special experiences on the north Norfolk railway, like a delicious meal, a cream tea or even a murder mystery experience!
The North Norfolkman at the railway station
The Mid Norfolk Railway is East Anglia’s longest heritage railway operating between Dereham and Wymondham. The railway hosts special events, suitable for all ages and interests from a Model Rail Exhibition and a series of themed Transport days to Halloween and Santa specials- fun for everyone!
Dereham Railway Station, Norfolk, UK
Whitwell and Reepham railway station is nestled in the mid-Norfolk countryside, just alongside The Marriott’s Way. The Railway Station is a wonderful place for tourists to visit! Why not hire a bike and take a ride along The Marriott’s Way, before settling in the café for a cuppa and a slice of cake? Or explore the museum and station, then enjoy a drink out in the garden?
Sheringham Station, Norfolk, UK
If you didn’t already know, Norfolk is famous for being a haven for birdlife. It’s no surprise then, that one of the main Norfolk railways is named after one — the Bittern Line. See how many different species you can spot when you’re looking out the train window! The Bittern Line is a mid Norfolk railway that starts on the coast in Sheringham, passing through the Norfolk Broads and ending up in Norwich.
If you’re keen to explore the stunning countryside by hopping along Norfolk railway stations, grab a Norfolk railway map from a local store or tourist information centre — or have a chat with our friendly team, who’re always happy to help.
Hoveton and Wroxham railway station on the Bittern line, Norfolk