North Nor­folk Rail­way leases Cromer box

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ex­am­ple be­fore it was made re­dun­dant in 2000 by the mod­erni­sa­tion of the route from Norwich. Plans for the build­ing in­clude spe­cial events, more open week­ends, and in­stal­la­tion of ad­di­tional dis­play items. us. Deal­ing with Net­work Rail would have taken us much, much longer,” said NNR Direc­tor and project man­ager Steven Ash­ling. The Grade II-listed box at the end of Cromer sta­tion plat­form was the last op­er­a­tional M&GN So­ci­ety and brings its 45 mem­bers will­ingly un­der the um­brella of the NNR. “By a stroke of luck, we dis­cov­ered that own­er­ship had passed to the new train op­er­a­tor Greater Anglia [Abel­lio], which made quick work of hand­ing it over to The North Nor­folk Rail­way has gained its first for­mal foothold in Cromer by tak­ing over the Midland & Great North­ern Rail­way sig­nal box. It has signed a lease which also dis­bands the Cromer Rail­way Sig­nalling

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