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Sheringham Train Station
England

Sheringham Train Station. Part of the North Norfolk Railways Poppy Line, is more than just a station with many period features and steam trains running between Sheringham and Holt.

Copyright: Peter Holland
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Uploaded: 01/12/2011
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Tags: north norfolk railways heritage line; sheringham; train station; north norfolk; steam train; historic; poppy line
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