Norwich has fast links to London and the south and across to Cambridge, Peterborough and the north. Smaller local lines link Norwich with the coast, travelling through the wetlands of the Norfolk Broads and the spectacular countryside of north Norfolk.
Running between Norwich, Wroxham, Cromer and Sheringham, the line takes its name from the rare broadland bird whose booming cry used to be heard at dusk. Visit Wroxham, the capital of the Broads, and
Linking Norwich and Great Yarmouth and Norwich and Lowestoft, the train lines follow the rivers along which the Wherries sailed, transporting cargo from the coastal ports to Norwich. The line takes in the wide open spaces of the Broads wetlands, withi its grazing marshes and many windpumps.