High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Railways have played an
important part in the history and development of the English county
of Norfolk. It currently has thirty open National Rail stations,
through there were once well over a hundred. Between 1959 and 1970
much of the network was closed, including more than two thirds of
Norfolk's railway stations, several main lines and most of the
branch lines - leaving only a core network in place. Several of the
former routes have been re-opened as heritage lines such as the
North Norfolk Railway and the Mid-Norfolk Railway.
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