Heritage railways in Norfolk
You don't have to imagine yourself as Jenny Agutter or Bernard Cribbins waving at steam railways - in Norfolk you can get aboard one!
Mid-Norfolk Railway is East Anglia's longest heritage railway and runs between the market towns of Wymondham and Dereham.
The Bure Valley Railway runs through the heart of the Norfolk Broads, the narrow gauge railway begins at Aylsham and journeys through the countryside to Wroxham, the capital of The Norfolk Broads.
Take in the glorious Norfolk coast and countryside on a trip along the North Norfolk Railway, or Poppy Line as it is also known, one of the UK's most scenic heritage railways.
The Wells & Walsingham Light Railway is the longest 10-and-a-quarter-inch narrow gauge steam railway in the world.
There's also Whitwell Station, just one mile from the charming Georgian town of Reepham, which is a working railway running steam and diesel engines.
For more details and a map of Norfolk's heritage railways go here.