Norfolk's lost railways

by Neil Burgess | 16 November 2016
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Norfolk's railway network was at its height from the end of the 19th century to the 1920s, transporting agricultural produce and tourists. Competition from motor transport took its toll and by the 1950s, before Beeching, Norfolk was seeing uneconomic lines close. These early closures happened before the railway preservation movement took hold, although two steam railways - the Wells & Walsingham and the Poppy Line survive. The book is the usual heady lost railways mix of facts and vital statistics and archive photographs of closed stations.
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Norfolk's railway network was at its height from the end of the 19th century to the 1920s, transporting agricultural produce and tourists. Competition from motor transport took its toll and by the 1950s, before Beeching, Norfolk was seeing uneconomic lines close. These early closures happened before the railway preservation movement took hold, although two steam railways - the Wells & Walsingham and the Poppy Line survive. The book is the usual heady lost railways mix of facts and vital statistics and archive photographs of closed stations.
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