How long is the Mid-Norfolk Railway?

How long is the Mid-Norfolk Railway?

171⁄2 miles
The Mid-Norfolk Railway (MNR) is a 171⁄2 miles (28.2 km) preserved standard gauge heritage railway, one of the longest in Great Britain.

Where does the Mid-Norfolk Railway run?

The Mid-Norfolk Railway is the longest standard-gauge heritage railway in East Anglia and runs through the Heart of Norfolk. The railway has its headquarters in Dereham and runs south to Wymondham Abbey Halt station.

Is Dereham station open?

2022 Reopening Update Dereham station will however be open and families will be able to book a special Mother…

Is there a train station at Fakenham?

Fakenham East railway station was on the Great Eastern route between Wells-on-Sea and Wymondham. Currently there are no rail links to Fakenham; however, this may change in the future with the Norfolk Orbital Railway, which would use the proposed new-build station close to the site of Fakenham West.

Where does Dereham train go?

Dereham railway station is a railway station in the town of Dereham in the English county of Norfolk. The station is served by heritage services on the Mid-Norfolk Railway from Dereham to Wymondham.

Is the Flying Scotsman coming to Norfolk?

The Flying Scotsman will arrive in Norfolk this weekend for its stay on the Mid Norfolk Railway. The steam engine will arrive on Friday, October 1, at Dereham station and will run passengers between Dereham and Brick Kiln Junction, just north of Kimberley Park station, until Saturday, October 16.

Is there a cafe at Dereham station?

The food served here is very good indeed, the atmosphere is very friendly. The station surroundings are clean and tidy and in charector with the period. We would recommend to all even if you are not travelling on the train you can look round the museum and station area.

Where is the Flying Scotsman in 2021?

Steam locomotive 60103 Flying Scotsman will be back in steam on the mainline and will be in Settle and Carlisle on Saturday 27th November 2021.