End of the Line
The Great Eastern Railway and the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway together launched the Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Railway (NSJR). One section of this was the Mundesley to Cromer line, which opened in 1906 in the wake of the Poppyland tourist drive. It proved a short-lived venture, with the line closed to passengers in 1953.
For further information on the Railway, see the History page above and go to the drop-down menu A Walk Through Time.