Lynn and Hunst Anton Railway and the West Norfolk Branch (Oakwood Library of Railway History)
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Lynn and Hunst Anton Railway and the West Norfolk Branch (Oakwood Library of Railway History) by Stanley C. Jenkins

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Published by Hyperion Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Trains & railways: general interest,
  • Transportation,
  • Norfolk,
  • Railroads - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11608322M
ISBN 100853613303
ISBN 109780853613305

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The Lynn and Hunstanton Railway was a line in Norfolk, England that opened in The railway was a major factor in developing Hunstanton as a seaside resort and residential community. 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 of operation: – Hunstanton railway station served the seaside town of Hunstanton in Norfolk, in , the station was the northern terminus of the Lynn and Hunstanton line was brought to public notice by John Betjeman in the British Transport Film John Betjeman Goes By Train. The station closed with the line in Area: King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Norfolk.   Buy The Lynn and Hunstanton Railway and the West Norfolk Branch (Oakwood Library of Railway History) 2nd edition by Jenkins, Stanley C. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3). Stanley Jenkins is one of my favourite railway authors. He always researches well and writes in a very accurate, detailed but never boring style. This book is a clear, detailed and interesting account of two Norfolk lines - the King's Lynn - Hunstanton "main line" and the Heacham - Wells "branch" (known as the "West Norfolk branch").5/5.

  The Lynn and Hunstanton Railway and the West Norfolk Branch by Stanley C. Jenkins, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(2). For a century, the Norfolk and Western Railway operated as one of the greatest transportation companies in the southeastern United States. From developing the coal fields of West Virginia to accommodating passengers aboard its famous Powhaten Arrow and Pocahontas lines, the N&W was the last major railroad to abandon the steam engine/5(11). Railways have played an important part in the history and development of the English county of currently has thirty open National Rail stations, though there were once well over a hundred.. Between and much of the network was closed, including more than two thirds of Norfolk's railway stations, several main lines and most of the branch lines - leaving only a core network. The West Norfolk Holiday Guide is a great resource for any holiday to Norfolk. Find quality accommodation, places of interest, quality attractions, travel information and much more. Download the pdf (mb). We will also happily deliver a West Norfolk brochure straight to your door – Request a brochure (please allow approximately 3 days for.

They will all be held in the education room at Stories of Lynn, in King's Lynn Town Hall, on the Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn. To book a place, or for more information please contact Ruth Farnan on @ or Author: Stephanie Lewis. Norfolk and Western Railway Company: North Carolina Branch [Webb, Munsey W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Norfolk and Western Railway Company: North Carolina Branch5/5(1). Summary. The first station at King's Lynn was a timber building constructed in and the present gault brick building was constructed in by Robert Skipper of gh it was built by Great Eastern Railway, the station was also used by the Great Northern Railway and the Midland Railway which had connections to east and west. Name: Railway Plantation, King's Lynn and West Norfolk Place type: Woodland Or Forest Location: Grid Ref: TF • X/Y co-ords: , • Lat/Long: ,