Category:Norton Fitzwarren railway station
- Main Wikipedia article: Norton Fitzwarren railway station
English: Norton Fitzwarren railway station was situated in the village of Norton Fitzwarren in Somerset. It is was opened in 1873 and closed in 1961 during which time it was the junction for services from Taunton to Exeter via Wellington, Barnstaple via Milverton and Minehead via Bishops Lydeard. The line to Minehead has since been reopened by the West Somerset Railway and a platform on a new site at Norton Fitzwarren was opened in 2009 but this is only served by special trains from Bishops Lydeard and has no regular service. Sidings alongside the station allow locomotives to be turned and serve a ballast dump for recycled ballast.
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- ► Norton Fitzwarren Steam Fayre (3 C)
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