North Norfolk Railway Wissington & Irene Special

Two of my fav items. Hopefully i will be able to make the Y14 run

Loco Yard


Last Saturday, on the 14th February, I visited the North Norfolk Railway, for the Wissington & Irene Special. Both the locomotive (Wissington) and the carriage (Irene) have a varied history, and both of them, in the past five years, have been returned to service. Wissington worked at the Wissington Sugar Factory before being bought for preservation and debuted this weekend in a darker shade of green, although final lining and the addition of the nameplate had not been completed before the event. Irene is a Wisbech and Upwell Tramcar, and is part of the NNR’s vintage train, with consists of 3 other coaches, an LNER pigeon van, and an original M&GN coach. There are two more coaches waiting to be added to the train, with one of them nearly finished its overall, and the other waiting its turn at the back of the Bridge Road Carriage sheds.


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