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The Royal Station, Wolferton

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  • This has to be one of the best attractions in the country. If you are visiting Sandringham, this is only a couple of miles away, but often overlooked. Richard has restored the station as a labour of l...  more »
  • Wolferton is such a quant village. The station is beautiful. I love walking around the whole village when the Wolferon Scarecrow Festival is on (every other year). The royal connection to this place i...  more »
  • The station and buildings that have been beautifully renovated house a fascinating collection of railway memorabilia which has been carefully displayed by the owner of the property who has also provid...  more »
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  • Part of the line between Hunstanton and Kings Lynn where the Royal family would embark and disembark for their Sandringham country home. Signal box and station maintained to immerse you in the time of its operation, although the track has now mostly gone. Website details history and opening times. A real heritage hidden gem.
  • A wonderful look at the past. Visit and look at how life was in a village were time hasn't moved on.
  • Was around the Sandringham area and went to see The Royal Station at Wolferton. Spent ages talking to the knowledgeable owner who is doing a fantastic job preserving this great piece of history. Entry is free along with a friendly welcome. Well worth a visit even if train memorabilia isn't your thing.