Friday 2 April 2021

Norfolkin' About

Here's the links to the entire Wherry Lines trip from start to finish, so you can read it in the right order.  If you care about that kind of thing.  And judging by the blog stats, not many of you do!

Day One - 23rd June 2016

A train of thought

Day Two - 24th June 2016

Misery, depression and a rabbit - Norwich, Brundall, Brundall Gardens, Lingwood, Acle

Oh I don't like to be beside the seaside - Great Yarmouth

A famously obscure station and a much needed pint - Berney Arms, Reedham

Day Three - 25th June 2016

Ferries and the far east - Reedham again, Haddiscoe, Lowestoft

Day Four - 26th June 2016

Muddying the waters - Buckenham, Cantley, Somerleyton, Oulton Broad North


GRaham said...

I've read them all and enjoyed it. Maybe people aren't expecting any posts at the moment and so aren't checking in?

Scott Willison said...

Bless you Graham and bless you for your positive spin.

Anonymous said...

I've also enjoyed them, Scott. Hope you've got some more past trips hidden up you're sleeve awaiting 'publication'.

Scott Willison said...

Aw you guys!

FreddyP said...

I have found these quite good, but am in the camp of "haven't been checking in much since we're all stuck at home forever". Thanks for giving us something to read

Anonymous said...

I've just finished reading the entire Merseytart from the beginning. It's only taken me the entire pandemic.

I planned to travel the entire UK rail network (yes including Northern Ireland) from 2016-2020, but my final week was cut short. My rules were just to travel on all the lines and only get off at the ends, not visit every station.

So thanks Scott for showing me what the towns in the middle are like.

Anyway "stay at home" is over so get your arse onto some trains. I want to see your mug in a face mask.

Liz said...

Being fashionably late, I've only just started reading your blog & am enjoying the combination of gentle snark and discovering odd corners of the country. Thanks. I'll go back over your old posts when I get some time. Here's to more journeys for all of us one day.