All generations will enjoy the scenic trip aboard nostalgic heritage steam and diesel engines.
Wells Harbour Railway
The Wells Harbour Railway provides a useful transport function, taking passengers for 1200 yards from 'Harbour Station' at Wells, to 'Pinewoods' where there is a holiday park and beach, and where the sheds are situated. The lines motive power consists of three Alan Keef locomotives, using Alan Keef carriages, delivered new in 1998.
This unique railway was the first to gain a World Record for the narrowest guage on which a scheduled passenger service runs!
The North Norfolk Railway – also known as the 'Poppy Line' – is a heritage steam railway in Norfolk, England, running offers a 10.5 mile round trip from Sheringham to Holt.
It cuts through the countryside to the east of Weybourne with views of its windmill and passes through the well preserved country station which also houses a locomotive shed together with a carriage maintenance and restoration centre.
Bure Valley Railway
Dogs on lead welcome.
Bure Valley Railway is Norfolk’s longest narrow gauge steam railway and runs between the market town of Aylsham and the bustling Broads town of Wroxham, and is within easy reach of Norwich and the coast. The nine-mile line runs through the picturesque Bure Valley countryside, with a combined train and cruise on the Norfolk Broads available.
The railway’s facilities include an 80-seater Café at Aylsham Station, which can provide everything from a cup of tea to a full meal, a gift shop, free car and coach parking and disabled toilets at both Aylsham and Wroxham Stations. All carriages are fully enclosed with wheelchair access on every train.