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Norwich Station (Norwich)

Norwich Station is the railway station which serves the historic old cathedral city of Norwich.

Originally known as Norwich Thorpe, it is the only survivor of a number of stations in the city. Others were Norwich City (closed in1959), Norwich Trowse (closed in 1939) and Norwich Victoria (closed in 1916).

The station is fairly central, being a few minutes walk from the city centre.

It was rebuilt in 1886, with a mansard roof, by John Wilson.

Norwich is on the line from Liverpool Street Station in London. Trains reach the city via Brentwood, Chelmsford, Colchester and Ipswich.

An important cross country line runs Westward, to Attleborough, Thetford and Ely.

Another line runs Northward to Wroxham, Cromer and Sheringham.

And another runs Eastward, dividing for either Great Yarmouth or Lowestoft.

Yet another line formerly ran to Melton Constable, Holt and Sheringham.

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