Bure Valley Railway
- Rail tours
- Price from:
- 4.5 GBP /person
- (01263) 733858
- (01263) 733814
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 3 hours
- Location Start:
- Aylsham Station, Norwich Road, Aylsham, Norfolk, NR11 6BW
- Location Finish:
- At starting point
- Start time:
- 09.30 am
- End time:
- 05.30 pm
- We Speak:
Last updated: 12/15/2007
The Bure Valley Railway is a 15" gauge railway which runs trains between the ancient market town of Aylsham and the capital of the Broads at Wroxham.
Trains run from Easter - October.
For either individuals, small families or groups of 20 or more, why not travel on the Bure Valley Railway and travel through Norfolk's picturesque countryside. Trains depart from both Aylsham and Wroxham.
For that extra special journey we also offer a combined train and cruise ticket which includes a return train journey from Aylsham to Wroxham, plus an hour and a half cruise afloat on the Norfolk Broads. After you cruise you can return on any remaining train, giving you time to explore the village of Wroxham, the home to "Roys", the worlds largest village store.
Trains run for local school half terms in Spring and Autumn, plus daily from 26th April to October 5th.
Easter Services operate from 21st March - 6th April. Additional services run weekends in March, April and October.
- Extras -
- For those wishing to travel on both the train and the boat cruise it is advisable to book as there is a limited number of seats on each specific cruiser.
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