Sheringham station can represent any era from the Victorian, through Edwardian to the 1960’s and has been successfully filmed as both a through station and as a terminus.
A large car park is adjacent to the station at Sheringham, together with two large public rooms within a 100 yards, which have been regularly used to house the costumes and provide changing facilities for the cast.
Weybourne station is a picturesque rural station typical of the last century.
This station was the location of Love on a Branch Line starring Leslie Phillips as well as featuring in Dad’s Army and the Inspector Alleyn series, amongst many others.
We also have a small lineside halt at Kelling Park.
Holt station is a quiet country station, complete with a goods shed and small goods yard. The meticulously rebuilt station buildings and the isolated location of this station allow for a real atmosphere of times gone by.
Facilities are available for storing costumes and equipment and also providing a changing area for the cast. Ample car parking is available on site.
All three stations have traditional signalling, together with period waiting rooms and all the other features that go to produce the ambience you require for your production.
Historic steam locomotives based on the line range from small, industrial, locomotives through large, heavy freight locomotives to express passenger engines, suiting eras from Victorian through to the 1960s. In addition visiting steam locomotives can often be hired in from other railways.
Our coaching stock ranges from a small vintage train of Victorian wooden-bodied vehicles through our teak suburban carriages of the 1920s and 1930s through to more modern carriages used by British Railways from the 1950s until the 1970s. Goods or parcels wagons are also available to form a complete train or to attach to passenger trains.
Scene features along the railway include heathland, woods, cuttings, a gated crossing, a bridge over main road together with road and track bridges over railway. The railway runs alongside a golf links and there are also good sea views along much of the line. As we are in the ‘bumpy’ part of Norfolk, we can also manage hills!