Sheringham railway station

Sheringham railway station

Sheringham railway station is a timber halt in the town of Sheringham in the English county of Norfolk. The station is the terminus of the Bittern Line, operated by National Express East Anglia, and is 49 km (30½ miles) north of Norwich. The original Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway Sheringham station, which is located just across a road, is now operated by the North Norfolk Railway heritage line. There are proposals to re-instate the original level crossing across the road to allow trains from Norwich to run onto the heritage line tracks, and thus potentially through to Holt. BBC Look East reported on 17 December 2007 that Network Rail supports the level crossing plans to allow occasional use for trains to cross between tracks.

The station is situated on the southern edge of the town centre, but within walking distance of the beach.

Service

There is generally an hourly service to Norwich 7 days a week but reducing to Two-hourly on winter Sundays. More fares and timetable information are available at sheringhamstation.org.uk or bitternline.com

External links

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