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Wells & Walsingham Light Railway

Lt. Cmdr. Roy Francis, Stiffkey Road, Wells Next-the-Sea, NR23 1QB, United Kingdom

Family Days Out - Family Activities

Tel 01328 711630 (8.00am to 5.00pm)




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About Wells & Walsingham Light Railway

The WWLR is the longest ten & a quarter inch narrow gauge steam railway in the world. The unique Garratt locomotives "Norfolk Hero" (built in 1986) and "Norfolk Heroine" (built in 2011) were designed specially for this line. Wells Station has a large car park and a charming signal box which accommodates a cafe and gift shop

The scenic four mile journey through the lovely countryside takes about 30 minutes in each direction. There are halts at WARHAM St. MARY and WIGHTON. With the regular timetable service you have ample time to explore WALSINGHAM with its shops, restaurants and inns as well as the famous shrine before catching the train back.Details of some of the special attractions in Walsingham can be found in the railway's timetable leaflet available at TIC's or Wells Station. More information about Walsingham can be found on the Walsingham Village website.

Coach parties and group bookings (at discount rates) are welcome by prior arrangement. For a special event or celebration you can book an exclusive evening charter train. Full details for these bookings can be obtained from the Wells Station or by phoning 01328 711630 (8.00am to 5.00pm)

We are open from mid March until the end of October 7 days a week with children's activities durning every holiday including Christmas and the February half term.

Don't for get our Christmas specials in December.

Please visit our website via the link on this page for full our full timetable.

Facilities

Special Opening

  • Open - Easter

Car Parking

  • Free Parking

Accessibility

  • Disabled Friendly
  • Guide Dogs Accepted

Images

"Norfolk Hero"  departing Wells Station. "Norfolk Hero" departing Wells Station.
Train passing Warham crossing. Train passing Warham crossing.
"Norfolk Heroine" and "Norfolk Hero" entering Barnard's Cutting. "Norfolk Heroine" and "Norfolk Hero" entering Barnard's Cutting.
"Norfolk Heroine" and "Norfolk Hero"  at Wells Station. "Norfolk Heroine" and "Norfolk Hero" at Wells Station.
Double heading towards Walsingham. Double heading towards Walsingham.
Train returning to Wells Station. Train returning to Wells Station.
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