This page lists a few items of railwayana which might be of interest
to those interested in Yarmouth or Norfolk's railway past.
Picture Gallery (Click
on picture for larger view)
and Norwich timetable, 1844
The first railway to Great Yarmouth, the Yarmouth and Norwich, opened
on May 1st 1844. This timetable dates from the opening week.
(Beach) - North Walsham (Town) cheap day ticket handbill
During the final few years of the Midland and Great Northern Railway's
existence there were several incentives to encourage more passengers.
This poster, dating from 1958, shows intermediate fares between all
stations on the line.
storage ticket, Honing Station
This receipt, dating from 1948, is an example of what was required
to be able to store a bicycle at the station.
traffic wagon label
Potato traffic formed a large part of the M&GN's goods consignment
and this label is an example of one attached to a wagon carried from
Wryde Station to King's Cross.
Winter Timetable, 1937-1938
Although by this time the M&GN was actually controlled by the
LNER it retained its own identity. This timetable was owned by Billy
Durrant, one of the signalmen at Potter Heigham station who doubtless
referred to it in his work.