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Railway volunteers open day

PUBLISHED: 09:16 05 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:11 03 July 2010

A tourist railway is appealing for volunteers to help run its trains, tearoom, and ticket office.

The Bure Valley Railway runs a nine-mile narrow-gauge line between Aylsham and Wroxham, along a stretch of trackbed left disused since British Railways axed it in 1982.

A tourist railway is appealing for volunteers to help run its trains, tearoom, and ticket office.

The Bure Valley Railway runs a nine-mile narrow-gauge line between Aylsham and Wroxham, along a stretch of trackbed left disused since British Railways axed it in 1982.

On Sunday, the line is staging an open day for anyone interested in joining the team, who include drivers and guards on a train, ticket sellers, café and shop assistants, clerical support, and publicity stand staff.

For details, call 01263 733858 or visit www.bvrw.co.uk


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