Class 68's getting ready for service on the Norwich to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft railways - The Wherry Lines. From Mondays to Fridays, starting Monday 11 July frequent services of top and tailed class 68's and top and tailed 37's all in action. Buy a great value Wherry Lines Day Ranger - valid on both lines all day after 09:00 for just £9 buy at any staffed station or on the train if at an unstaffed station. Enjoy your day on the Wherry Lines Railway... Be fearless!
For 2016 an hourly summer Sunday service between Norwich and Lowestoft
Make the most of your days out on the Wherry Lines and look out for our new 2016 summer Wherry Lines timetable coming soon.
New special offers, discounts and family friendly fares with your Wherry Lines ticket.
Visit us again soon for more details.
We have two booklets available full of walks you can do from local railway stations, one each for the Bittern Line and the Wherry Lines. Copies are available from Community Rail Norfolk, c/o Broadland District Council, Thorpe Lodge, 1 Yarmouth Road, Norwich NR7 0DU. Please send a cheque for £2.50 per book (including postage & packing), made out to Community Rail Norfolk. (They cannot be collected from Broadland District Council's offices.)
Many walks are accessible by Bittern and Wherry Lines trains:
Welcome to the Wherry Lines Community Railways. We are a partnership of the rail industry, local authorities, parish councils, rail users, station adopters and local businesses. The Partnership was formed by Norfolk County Council and Anglia Railways. Additional funding partners have joined and funds raised are used to promote the railway and the surrounding area to develop economic and environmental benefits for residents, visitors and tourists. We are supported by The Department for Transport and the National Community Rail organisation ACoRP.
The Wherry Lines Railways can transport you from the magnificent city of Norwich to the Lively East Coast resorts of Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft through the Eastern section of the Norfolk Broads and along the rivers Wensum, Waveney and Yare.
The name of the 'Wherry Lines' railway routes recognises the important role once played by the Norfolk Wherries, which prior to road and rail developments, were the main transport around the broads and rivers in this area of Norfolk for trade and people.
"Spend a day at Leisure, for your comfort and pleasure take the train along the Wherry Lines. Enjoy a day on the beach, a walk in the countryside or shopping in Norwich all are within your easy reach. Frequent trains and no car parking worry, with cheap fares as well we're sure you won't be sorry."
The Wherry Lines Partnership aims to promote and encourage increased patronage along the rural railway routes from Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft to Norwich.
The Wherry Lines Community Rail Partnership is funded by Greater Anglia, Waveney District Council, Borough of Great Yarmouth Council, Suffolk County Council.
For further information please write to:
Community Rail Norfolk c/o Broadland District Council, Thorpe Lodge, 1 Yarmouth Road, Norwich NR7 0DU email@example.com
The Wherry Lines are proud to have Greater Anglia as one of their major funding partners.
The Wherry Lines are a member of the National Community Rail Organisation, The Association of Community Rail Partnerships (ACoRP).
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Visit Brundall a thriving Broadland village.
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We have over 70 self-catering cottages across Norfolk in coastal, rural and central locations.
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Lots to see and do - timetables included!
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Try our new interactive walks
New Broadland Walking and Cycling Guide here
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The Bittern Line and Wherry Lines CRPs have had a memorable year and our new Annual report summarises what we've been up to. It can be download as a PDF file here (495kb).
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The Bittern Line and Wherry Lines CRPs have produced a new leaflet to let people know about the special season ticket deal for 16-18-year-olds travelling to college or school by train. Download this leaflet and then check out whether your school or college is part of the scheme!
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See the Yare Valley by the Wherry Lines.
The Bittern and Wherry Lines are supported by NENTA Train Tours of North Walsham. To find out more about a wonderful range of tours and trips please visit www.nentatraintours.co.uk