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1898 Built a 22.5 mile line as a branch to Mundesley/
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The Midland and Great Northern Railway – known to its staff as the ‘Muddle and Get Nowhere Railway’ – where drivers were not unknown to stop their trains near Sandringham to help themselves to the odd rabbit from a poacher’s snare
 
 
 
Marriott's Way was called after William Marriott who was the chief engineer of the former Midland and Great Northern railway for 41 years.
 
 
 
The whole route is way marked in the brown and cream livery colours of the former Midland and Great Northern Railway
 
 
 
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Presumably connected with the [[Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway]] - just not sure how
 
 
 
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