Sheringham's small timber-framed station is the terminus of the Bittern Line, and lies on the Norfolk coast, just three miles north of Norwich. The station was opened in 1967, and replaced a 120-year-old predecessor built by Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway. The original is still there, just across the road - it is now a terminus on the North Norfolk heritage steam railway line.
What the station lacks in size, it makes up for in location: it's just to the south of the town centre, well within walking distance of the golden sand beach which is this seaside resort's main draw. Once in town, walkers will want to head to the coastal pathways stretching away to the east and west; but if you're after something more relaxing, Sheringham's pleasant promenade, seafront pubs and independent shops should be just the ticket. To reach them, turn right out of the station and head straight up Station Road and High Street.