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Bure Valley Railway ready for action

PUBLISHED: 12:41 30 April 2010 | UPDATED: 17:37 30 June 2010

NORFOLK'S longest narrow gauge steam railway will be roaring into action this May Day Bank Holiday Weekend when the Bure Valley Railway gets rolling.

All available engines, coaches and rolling stock will be action between May 1-3.

NORFOLK'S longest narrow gauge steam railway will be roaring into action this May Day Bank Holiday Weekend when the Bure Valley Railway gets rolling.

All available engines, coaches and rolling stock will be action between May 1-3.

There will be a special intensive timetable in operation throughout the weekend to allow visitors the opportunity to see as many different locomotives as possible hard at work over the nine miles between Aylsham and Wroxham.

To keep younger visitors entertained there will a competition on the train journey, with a free prize for every correct entry.

The workshop at Aylsham will be open throughout the weekend and staff will be on hand to answer any questions.

Train fares allow unlimited travel on the day of issue. Children under five travel free.


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