The North Norfolk Railway – or the Poppy Line as it is more casually known – is a heritage railway which runs between Sheringham and Holt. The traditional steam train is famous for it’s beautiful scenery as it passes through the stunning Norfolk countryside.
It offers many exceptional views from its windows including a windmill and well preserved country station which also houses a locomotive shed together with a carriage maintenance and restoration centre.
The Poppy line is just over 5 miles long and was rebuilt in the 1960s, when two steam locomotives were delivered.
The line has been reconnected to the National Rail station at Sheringham via an ‘occasional use’ level crossing.
There’s many things you can do while you’re in the area and enjoying your stay – visit our Journal for more info