We are pleased to release three more dates for our popular Norfolk Fryer. Splendid local fish and chips served on the move as the train steams passed the picturesque North Norfolk Coastline before heading inland through woodland to Holt and returning to Sheringham. The train departs Sheringham Station at 6.45. A bar trolley service is available on board. Wednesday 24th July Wednesday 14th August Saturday 7th September Book your tickets HERE
18th Annual Beer Festival "Real Ale is Rail Ale" The Beer List 2019 is now available. It's the Beer festivals 18th birthday. Join us at Sheringham Station between Friday 19th and Sunday 21st July to help celebrate. Free Entry. Over 120 different real ales and traditional ciders. Live entertainment all weekend. Hot and cold food available all day and evening. Souvenir glasses and shirts available. Regular steam and diesel train services between Sheringham and Holt. 11am - 11pm Friday and Saturday & 11am - 4.30pm (or as stocks last) Sunday.
Information on this appeal can be found HERE
Our new online Ticket Office has now gone live, making it easier for you to buy tickets for specific days, events and for our special services, dining trains and railway experiences. Or even a Gift Voucher for someone special.
Join us for one of our brand new afternoon Cream Tea Trains. Departing Sheringham at 3.30pm your Cream Tea will include fresh locally baked Fruit Scones, Rodda’s clotted cream, a selection of preserves and tea or coffee, all served on the move using our traditional vintage china. Book your Cream Tea for 23rd or 30th July. Tickets available from here
Exciting news! We will be hosting our very first Gin Train on Wednesday 10th July. Relax in first class style as you enjoy specially selected gins with Fever-Tree Tonics and a medley of garnishes to complement your drinks. Your taste buds will also be tickled with an assortment of canapés served at your table to accompany your G&T’s and your evening will be finished off with ‘heaven in a tub’ Parravani's exclusive Bullards Strawberry and Black Pepper Gin Sorbet. Tickets cost £40.00 per person - full detail and online booking is available here
The North Norfolk Railway’s flagship loco, No. 92203 ‘Black Prince’, is being temporarily withdrawn from traffic for firebox repairs. Minor fissures have been discovered in the outer wrapper of the BR standard 9F which is being attended to by the railway’s own staff in the NNR Engineering boilershop. Although not significant, the location of the repair work (towards the top of the boiler backhead) means the cab of ‘Black Prince’ will have to be removed to allow access to the affected areas. Edmund Crosthwaite, from the Friends of Black Prince support group, said the engine may miss some of the [...]
It's not long now until our annual bus rally and vintage transport day. Saturday 6th July sees a fleet of visiting historic busses on display at Holt Station and running public services between Cromer, Sheringham, Holt and selected surrounding villages. Sunday 7th July, we are joined by over four hundred vintage cars, bikes, commercial vehicles, buses and more for a truly vintage transport day hosted at all three main stations. Both of these days compliment our regular heritage train services between Sheringham and Holt. Hot and cold refreshments on Sheringham, Weybourne and Holt. There's also chance to grab a historic [...]
Between the 31st March and 5th May the national rail line between Cromer and Sheringham will be closed to allow the complete reconstruction of Sheringham station in preparation for the introduction of Greater Anglia’s new fleet of bi-mode trains in the autumn. During this time a dedicated rail replacement bus service will operate between Cromer and Sheringham connecting with all Norwich services at Cromer. The North Norfolk Railway is unaffected by this closure and our trains will be operating as usual and the line to Cromer will reopen in time for the first Cromer Dining Train of the season which is due to [...]
If you are local to Sheringham, have you thought of giving a little time to help tend the gardens at Sheringham Station? The North Norfolk Railway is a popular tourist destination and the beautifully preserved stations are all enhanced by their unique gardens and beautiful tubs and baskets. They are also an important green space attracting a variety of insects and wildlife. All the station gardens are looked after by teams of volunteers. There is plenty to occupy them all year round as well as the added bonus of keeping fit and making new friends. Garden volunteers enjoy the friendly [...]