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GREAT NEWS! We are now open at Norwich station! We're proud to be making travel tasty!
Norwich railway station isn't just any station…It is a famous station! Norwich provides the scene for the opening of a ‘Swallows and Amazons‘ novel, and features in Joseph Losey‘s 1971 film version of LP Hartley‘s ‘The Go-Between‘.
The station, which sees about two-and-a-half million passengers pass through it every year, has managed to retain its essential Victorian character, and is the only remaining one of the three which once served the city.
Standing close to the River Wensum, across the Foundry Bridge from the city, it is a Grade II listed building, and acts as a terminus for trains from London Liverpool Street, as well as Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Sheringham, Ely and the city of Liverpool.
We are open from 6am-8.30pm Monday - Saturday and 7am-8pm on Sunday so drop by and pick up something tasty for your travels!