Former railway signal box and road crossing at Wolferton, Norfolk - Stock …
Former railway signal box and road crossing at Wolferton, Norfolk - Stock …
Former railway signal box and road crossing at Wolferton, Norfolk - Stock Image  …

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Wolferton, England - September 18, 2012: The former railway signal box and road crossing at Wolferton, Norfolk. Wolferton Station was close to the Royal residence at Sandringham in Norfolk and was extensively used by the Royal family until the closure of the line in 1969. When the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, acquired the estate at Sandringham as his country home in 1862, the line was about to open. Over the years, the station was enlarged and improved to accommodate the Royal visitors and distinguished guests. After a century of use, the last Royal train ran to the station in 1966. The station is now a beautifully preserved private residence and parts of it are open to the public, with photography welcomed. (Very bright sunlight with stark shadows.)
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The former railway signal box and road crossing at Wolferton, Norfolk. Wolferton Station was close to the Royal residence at Sandringham in Norfolk and was extensively used by the Royal family until the closure of the line in 1969. When the Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, acquired the estate at Sandringham as his country home in 1862, the line was about to open. Over the years, the station was enlarged and improved to accommodate the Royal visitors and distinguished guests. After a century of use, the last Royal train ran to the station in 1966. The station is now a beautifully preserved private residence and parts of it are open to the public.

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