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The North Norfolk Railway has announced its reopening date thanks to the roadmap out of lockdown announced by the UK Government.
In line with Government restrictions, the North Norfolk Railway will resume passenger trains from the 12th April.
Like in 2020, passengers will be able to travel in their own private compartment, which will be treated with an organic protective shield to keep passengers safe.
Social distancing and hand sanitiser stations will be in place, which proved successful during running periods in 2020.
Tea, coffee and cake will be available to take away from the refreshment-room at Sheringham.
No trains will stop at Weybourne station, and passengers will be unable to get on or off here.
Tickets, fares and a timetable are available on the North Norfolk Railway website.
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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