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The North Norfolk Railway (NNR) operating company was formed to operate and manage passenger services on the line.

In 1973, the company was granted a light railway order and began running trains from Sheringham to Weybourne, and from 1989, to Holt.

The North Norfolk Railway owns all the land, structures and track along the 5¼  mile line along with much of the 1950s BR Mk.I coaching stock that is used on most passenger trains. The M&GN Joint Railway Society is the NNR plc's majority shareholder.

The company also owns several locomotives, including 16” Hunslet 0-6-0ST Ring Haw, Class 25 25057, a Class 101 DMU along with several more freight and permanent way wagons and a 10 Ton Grafton Steam Crane.

The NNR is dependent on around 500 volunteers to run the railway, and many of these are members of the M&GN Joint Railway Society.

For more information on how to volunteer, please visit the Volunteering page.

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The Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway Society is the supporting charity of (and major shareholder in) the North Norfolk Railway, which operates a 5¼ mile heritage railway from Sheringham to Holt.

The Society actively works to preserve, display and operate a wide range of historical artefacts which include four steam locomotives and many unique carriages and wagons.

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