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Where is this tiny train station?

Berney Arms railway station in Norfolk, United Kingdom.
Accessible only by train, on foot, or by boat from the nearby River Yare, Berney Arms Railway Station in Norfolk is as tiny as it is remote.
There’s a rudimentary platform, with a basic wooden hut, but it’s so short that even the two-coach train which stops on its way to Great Yarmouth is longer than the platform.
There’s little more than marshland and a heritage windmill in Berney Arms, so it’s a wonder that trains still call here at all.
That’s thanks to one Thomas Trench Berney, who owned the land in the 1840s, and permitted the development of the railway on the condition that a station be put there “in perpetuity”.
Good that, since there’s a nice walk south along the river to the pub in Reedham.


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