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Barton House Narrow Gauge Railway, Wroxham


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Here's a wonderful short film of someone's visit to Barton House. I've seen the signs many times as I've cruised out of Wroxham, and often wondered what it was like. Seems it has three narrow guage railways on the site.


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We visited just before the pandemic, having missed it for years as we always visit early in the month and IIRC it only opens the last weekend of each month. It's a lovely thing to do on a sunny afternoon, it's not expensive, admission includes a free water taxi from and back to Granary Staithe and a ride up to the garden where you can sit an enjoy a coffee and a slice of cake. You don't even need to be too interested in the trains, it's still a great way to spend the afternoon.



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