Once upon a time, a train line ran from Norwich, westward through many a Norfolk village. Laid in 1882 by the Midland and Great North-Western Railway, M&GNW was better known to the locals as the Muddle and Go Nowhere Line.
My entry, as Pattern, for this week’s #2018picoftheweek Challenge
The line was active until 1985. These days, joined with the disused Great Eastern Railway from Aylsham to Cawston, it is better known as Marriotts Way: 26 miles of traffic-free track from Norwich, looping around Reepham and on to Aylsham, popular with walkers and cyclists … and me.
The platform is newly revealed. I knew it was there, but until the clearance, it was just hints of bricks.