30. THREE BRICK ARCHES
This is where the Great Eastern Railway from Norwich, Wymondham and Dereham crossed the River Wensum on its way to Fakenham East and Wells.
You should climb onto the railway line and walk towards the town.
An interesting photograph taken in the early 1880s while the Lynn Fakenham Railway’s extension to Melton Constable and Norwich was under construction.
The Wymondham to Wells line is seen passing over the newly constructed bridge which was built without causing any major disruption to services on the Great Eastern Railway line.
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Now you should walk along the railway line towards the town and Fayre Green.
The plaque here is on the white Level Crossing gatepost on the right of the small car park.