Sherringham Mainline Station
'One' class 156422 with a train to Norwich at Sheringham main line station
When a train comes in on a busy Saturday at the main Sheringham station, there is little room on the platform for the passengers waiting and those on the train to get off. The platform has just two seats and there are two bus type shelters in the small taxi area near the road. There is also a help phone.
National Express East Anglia class 156417 at Sheringham mainline station.
The logo on the door of the class 156 is for the Bittern Line. This train was full and I was last on taking this quick photo be for the train left.
Class 156419 on the 1st of September 2012 in Sheringham mainline station.
Gate for the crossing between the mainline Sherringham station and the North Norfolk railway on the other side of the road 8th March 2015.
The Bittern Line is a Community Railway Partnership that supports and publicises the railway from Sheringham to Cromer and Norwich. This Partnership was formed by Norfolk County Council and the then local railway company back in 1997. The line has got busier and trains now run every hour at peak times and can be very full on Saturdays when the NNR has a big day and holiday makers are going to the seaside at Sheringham and Cromer. Passengers also go shopping at Norwich. The Community Railway Partnership has not only kept the line open, but got more passengers and trains running.
This website is Ukrailways1970tilltoday.me.uk it is on railways but it is not just on trains but all things railways, with photos, which I have taken from the 1970s till now. I take photos of all things railways, steam diesel and electric trains, signal boxes, wagons any thing that is on the National Rail network, which was BR when I started taken photos