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Halloween Week

Halloween Week 24th - 31st October 2015 (October Half Term)

Dare you ride the Ghost Train?!

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Halloween half term starts on 24th October, and the North Norfolk Railway is ready with a week that’s full of treats and more than a spooky trick or two!

Ghoulies and ghosties abound! At Weybourne Station, if you're feeling brave enough, you can enter the spook-laden Ghostly Grotto, hellish haunt of witches, warlocks and shuddering spiders. 

Ghost Train - 31st October

Take a journey in darkness, whilst listening to the ghostly tales of Norfolk. Bring along your cameras and see if you're able to capture evidence of ghostly goings on along the line!

Details about this ghostly departure will be published once finalised.


Normal fares will be in operation for this week. (Special fares apply on evening Ghost Train.)


A standard yellow timetable will be in operation, with alternate steam and diesel services every 45 minutes, the first service departing from Sheringham at 09.45 and from Holt at 10.30.

Join us if you dare! 

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Please note that all train services and attractions are subject to amendment or cancellation without notice. The NNR cannot be held responsible for any inconvenience or disappointment caused.