In early July we spent a few days at Sheringham, a seaside resort on the North Norfolk coast. Many of you from the U.K.will know that Sheringham is the home of the North Norfolk Railway, which is a 5-mile stretch of restored line running as far as Holt on the trackbed of the former Midland and Great Northern Railway. We spent most of a day on the railway and this was the first train we travelled on awaiting departure in Sheringham station. You will have to wait until tomorrow to find out which locomotive was standing at the head of the train.
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