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Engineering
Author: Stanley C. Jenkins
ISBN: 0853617139
Subcategory: Transportation
Pages 192 pages
Publisher The Oakwood Press; 2nd edition edition (June 10, 2011)
Language English
Category: Engineering
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eBook The Lynn and Hunstanton Railway and the West Norfolk Branch (Oakwood Library of Railway History) download

by Stanley C. Jenkins


The Lynn and Hunstanton Railway built a line in Norfolk, England that opened in 1862. The railway was a major factor in developing Hunstanton as a seaside resort and residential community.

The Lynn and Hunstanton Railway built a line in Norfolk, England that opened in 1862. The company was allied to the West Norfolk Junction Railway which built a line connecting Heacham, south of Hunstanton, to Wells-next-the-Sea that was not a financial success.

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The Lynn and Hunstanton Railway and the West Norfolk Branch (Oakwood Library of Railway History). This book tells the fascinating story of this relatively unknown Suffolk goods line from inception to closure, with details of the route, civil engineering, staff, timetables, traffic, and locomotives and rolling stock used on the branch. The 120 pages of text include 115 photographs, line drawings and plans.

The Lynn & Hunstanton Railway. and the West Norfolk Branch. by Stanley C. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Lynn & Hunstanton Railway from your list? The Lynn & Hunstanton Railway. Published 1987 by The Oakwood Press in Headington, Oxford.

Hunstanton was a railway station which served the seaside town of Hunstanton . The Lynn & Hunstanton Railway and the West Norfolk Branch. Headington, Oxford: Oakwood Press.

Hunstanton was a railway station which served the seaside town of Hunstanton in Norfolk, England. Opened in 1862, the station was the northern terminus of the King's Lynn to Hunstanton line immortalised by John Betjeman in the British Transport Film John Betjeman Goes By Train. The station closed with the line in 1969. YouTube Encyclopedic. The building of the line to Hunstanton coincided with the rising popularity of North-West Norfolk as a destination for holidaymakers who were arriving in large numbers. p. 96. ISBN 0-85361-330-3.

North Wootton was a railway station on the King's Lynn to Hunstanton line which opened in 1862 to serve the village of North Wootton on the outskirts of King's Lynn in Norfolk, England. The station closed along with the line in 1969. On 3 August 1863 a passenger train ran into a bullock near North Wootton station