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This Victorian Railway Station was lovingly restored into a family home and now the owners of Wolferton Station enjoy welcoming as many visitors as possible to enjoy this historical building. Although a non commercial venture they open up the...more
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The Royal Station Station Road, Wolferton, King's Lynn PE31 6HA, England
All reviews hidden gem well worth a visit piece of history private residence sandringham estate immaculate condition private home an absolute high standard wonderful place to visit small museum north norfolk open to the public wander around kings lynn local history castle rising
this is a really lovely station that takes you back in time.well worth a visit.the village is really lovely and has a church.and also there is wolferton cliff where you can go for a walk down to the bog and tread the board walk.make time...More
We visited whilst on a walk in the area. This is a remarkable restoration and preservation by the owner Richard Brown. He has lavished time and attention to detail on this project. He is a delightful man who allows the public to visit his home...More
Visited the station on our way to Norfolk. What a beautiful place to wander round. It doesn’t take long but definitely well worth the detour, and dogs are welcome. A credit to the owner. Thank you for opening up your home for others to enjoy.
If you are coming by car the turn off the A149 and head for Wolferton. The village is very small and part of the Sandringham estate.
You can park on the road next to the railway station and it is free to have a look...More
The old railway station, which the Royal Family used when visiting Sandringham, has been beautifully restored. Although now a private house, so you cannot go inside, the platform area has various memorabilia from the age of steam. The building behind is also well worth a...More