Sheringham and the North Norfolk Railway (2), Norfolk, England
A view of the train, which brought us here, in this delightful, preserved country station. This station also includes the locomotive shed where restoration work is done and there is a small shop and buffet selling light refreshments.
There is limited parking available for a little over a dozen cars.
A rather incongruous scene showing a car and a locomotive parked next to each other in the yard seen from the road which runs from the station to the village. The locomotive, 61572, a B12 class is undergoing an overhall.
Holt station, at the end of the line, is about a mile from the village. The building shown contains the Booking Hall and Ticket Office and there are also Toilets, including a Disabled Toilet.
There is a free car park at the station, as well as a smaller one, holding up to 30 cars and the 'Holt Flyer', a London Routemaster Bus, meets most steam trains during the holiday season and takes passengers to the town centre at an additional charge. Tickets can be purchased at Holt Station Ticket Office, or as a through ticket from Sheringham Station.
The locomotive slowly approaching the train near the signal box at Holt ready to couple up for the return journey.
The train is now ready ready to leave for Sheringham but until departure time the driver and Amanda, on the left, discuss 'all things steam'.
She later went up onto the footplate to have a look round. It was a warm day and considerably warmer on the footplate.