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Potter Heigham railway station

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Place  Potter Heigham
Grid reference  TG415190
Platforms in use  2
Area  North Norfolk
17 January 1880  Opened
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Pre-grouping  Yarmouth & North Norfolk Railway Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway
Post-grouping  Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway Eastern Region of British Railways
Similar  Hillington railway station, Martham railway station, Starston railway station, Narborough and Pentney r, Swainsthorpe railway station

Potter Heigham railway station was a railway station in Norfolk. It was on the line between Melton Constable and Great Yarmouth. It closed in 1959. In 2012 still in situ is the platform wall, some of the stations buildings and an old signal being used by Richardson's dry dock. You can trace the old line a good few miles to Stalham.

Former Services

References

Potter Heigham railway station Wikipedia


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