By the end of the nineteenth century the railway had reached most parts of East Anglia, with two main lines reaching out from London to Norwich, Cambridge and Kings Lynn, and plenty of small secondary and branch lines filling in the gaps in between.
In this informative volume, Andy T. Wallis uses his fascinating collection of photographs and maps to explore the history of the Wymondham-Wells-next-the-Sea branch line, with stations including Wymondham, Kimberley Park, Hardingham, Thuxton, Yaxham, Dereham, North Elmham, County School, Ryburgh, Fakenham, Walsingham, Wighton Halt and Wells-next-the-Sea.
Well-researched and in-depth, this volume will appeal not only to steam railway enthusiasts, but also to local historians.
- Publication Date:
- 11 / 08 / 2016
- 165 x 234mm