Reedham

Reedham station was one of the first railway stations to be built in Norfolk. In operation since 1844, part of the station today has been converted into a small railway heritage centre by volunteers to celebrate its past. It is also one of the stations along the Wherry Lines to house the Wherry Lines Railway Library.

The large, pretty village of Reedham is the perfect location to enjoy lunch overlooking the River Yare and to observe the opening of Reedham Swing Bridge, which has carried trains to and from Lowestoft for over 100 years.

Take a short walk from the station and you’ll find Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, a family-friendly attraction, and the Humpty Dumpty Brewery. Trains from Reedham run to Norwich, and Great Yarmouth via the Berney Arms, and Lowestoft.

Station Information

Reedham Station
5 Station Dr
Reedham
Norwich NR13 3JF
UK

Explore the local area

There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Reedham Station

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Ferryfest

The 8th edition of Ferryfest takes place on 7th - 9th September 2018

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Reedham Beer Festival

Reedham Beer Festival takes place on 20th - 22nd July 2018

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The Ship

The Ship freehouse is located by the River Yare, nestled near the Reedham Swingbridge

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The Lord Nelson

Located by the River Yare, the Lord Nelson public house is a traditional local pub

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The Ferry Inn

Located in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, the beautiful Reedham Ferry Inn offers great food and is a lovely place to watch river traffic go by

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Humpty Dumpty Brewery

Humpty Dumpty Brewery takes its name from the GER T-19R steam locomotives that operated on the Norwich-Lowestoft line during the early 20th century

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Pettitts Animal Adventure Park

Pettitts Animal Adventure Park is approximately a 20-minute walk away from the Reedham station

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