Welcome to Sheringham Railway Station


Thank you for visiting our site, which is run by the Community of Sheringham and supported by the Bittern Line Community Rail Partnership. There are two rail stations in Sheringham and this web site details the National Rail station. For details on the North Norfolk Railways station please visit www.nnrailway.co.uk.

This station is the smallest passenger terminal on the national rail network and is the gateway to the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is the North Norfolk Coast.

The station is the end of the Bittern Line from Norwich and the route is one of the most scenic rural railway lines in the country. The site is maintained by Greater Anglia as a partner of the Bittern Line Community Rail Partnership.


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Please click here for the Bittern Line timetable valid 23 May 2010 until 11 Dec 2010.

There are intermediate stations at West Runton, Cromer, Roughton Road, Gunton, North Walsham, Worstead, Hoveton & Wroxham and Salhouse. Not all services call at these stations so if you wish to alight and explore please check which service call and the intermediate stations.

The journey time to Norwich takes one hour and connections are available to Cambridge, London Liverpool Street, Ely, Peterborough, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. For further detailed train times please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk

Train tickets – details valid from 4 January 2010

You can buy your train tickets for the day of travel on the train at all stations except Norwich. If you wish to buy your tickets in advance please contact:

Greater Anglia on 0800 600 7245 no less than seven days in advance or visit www.greateranglia.co.uk

Please click here to buy your train tickets.

For train fares from Sheringham, click here

Click here for Bittern Line Rangers prices.
These are valid after 08.44 or on the 08.23 from Norwich Mon-Fri and all day Sat, Sun and Bank Holidays and valid on the Sheringham to Hunstanton Coasthopper bus services as well.

From Sheringham to Norwich:
Weekly season tickets cost £40.00 Anglia plus Norfolk
Monthly seasons cost £153.00 Anglia plus Norfolk
An annual season is £1600.00 Anglia plus Norfolk

Tickets for the day of travel may be purchased on the train at all stations except Norwich.
If you wish to buy your tickets in advance please contact:
Greater Anglia on 0800 600 7245 no less than seven days in advance or visit www.greateranglia.co.uk

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Sheringham is often described as the jewel in the Norfolk Coast and is an unspoilt popular seaside resort in the Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty that is the North Norfolk Coast.
home5Located between the High Norfolk Hills and the sea, Sheringham enjoys wonderful above average sunshine, has blue flag award winning beaches, some of the very best tea shops in county, a splendid steam railway and nearby the free to enter National Trust property at Sheringham Park, all accessible from the Norwich to Sheringham railway, The Bittern Line.

This is a close knit and very friendly community, which has many small eclectic shops and attractions it does have its own website at www.experiencesheringham.com so please do visit this site for further information on this pretty location. Click here for events in Sheringham and here for bus map and bus information.

Sheringham station is managed by Greater Anglia www.greateranglia.co.uk but cleaned and cared for by the Sheringham Ladies evening Women’s Institute. Please see the W.I. pages for details.

Find out more about Sheringham by visiting www.experiencesheringham.com

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This station is owned by Network Rail and managed by Greater Anglia

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