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Various other Lines in Norfolk

Welcome to the other railway lines in Norfolk.

This page has been made for various lines across the county of Norfolk that I don't have enough pictures to make an entire web page or the disused stations are still on an in-use main line like seen below the two station sites from the King's Lynn to London Fen-line.

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Swaffham Thetford bridge

Swaffham-Thetford-Bury branch

Bridge remains at sporle road Swaffham from the

Swaffham Thetford bury Branch line
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Thetford Bury Branch remains
Thetford Bury Branch remains
Thetford Bury Branch remains

Wymondham to Wells Branch

Bridge remains  FWW2 1708. Just outside County School railway station Owned by the Mid Norfolk Railway. The Norfolk Orbital Railway hope to reopen this part of the line from County school Railway Station to Fakenham.

In time my next webpage will be the Wells to Wymondham line.

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Wymondham branch remains
Outside county school station

Wells to Fakenham Wymondham Railway 

Bridge fww2 1733

This bridge used to be a part of the now closed Fakenham Wells Railway and is now used as part of the Wells and Walsingham light railway 

Wells Walsingham light Railway
Wells Walsingham light Railway
Wells Walsingham light Railway

Stow Bardolph station

Wymondham to Wells Branch
Wymondham to Wells Branch
Wymondham to Wells Branch
Wells walsingham railway
Wymondham to Wells Branch
Wells Walsingham railway

An old crossing hut just outside Fakenham on the Walsingham road from the

Wells Fakenham Dereham Wymondham railway.

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Fen Line
King's Lynn To London Via Ely Cambridge

Hilgay station was on the still in use fen line in between King's Lynn & London King's Cross

Hilgay opened in 1847 & closed in 1863 and even though the line is still in use the station has been completely demolished and there is no trace what so ever left.

Im not sure who owns the land there seems to be some Aggregates on site so maybe still owned by Network railway

But there was no Network rail signs up so the land might of been sold off. 

Hilgay Station

Hilgay station
Hilgay station
Hilgay station

Stow Bardolph on the Fenline Opened in 1846 as stow and, in 1923, was renamed Stow Bardolph.

The station closed in 1964 but remains to this day.

Stow Bardolph station had two platforms.

Stow Bardolph station
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