Inside Sheringham Railway Station - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
The Poppy Line, North Norfolk Railways. The railway's headquarters, is more than just a station. There is a museum signal box, souvenir shop and a buffet, as well as an attractive booking hall and a ladies' waiting room. The station opened on 16th June 1887 and was extended in 1896. It was the built in the 'classic' E&M pavilion style. The canopy has recently been faithfully restored in its original style.
Inside Sheringham Railway Station - FURTHER INFORMATION
Inside Sheringham Railway Station - Sheringham visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Inside Sheringham Railway Station' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Norfolk.
The old station of Sheringham in Norfolk is now part of the North Norfolk Railway. Also known as the Poppy Line, this is a heritage steam railway.
Poppy Line - North Norfolk Railway
The Poppy Line heritage steam railway runs through 5 miles of north-Norfolk countryside from Sheringham to Holt, with stops at Weybourne and Kelling Heath en route. Managed by the North Norfolk Railway (NNR), the line is mostly manned and maintained by volunteers. The NNR runs a series of events throughout the year with both steam and diesel trains. In 2006 the Poppy Line won the Independent Railway of the Year.
Sheringham Railway Station Station Approach, Sheringham, Norfolk NR26 8RA Phone: 01263 822554