Ghostly goings-on expected at station

PUBLISHED: 10:42 15 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:31 05 July 2010

A SPECTRE could join passengers on the Bittern and Wherry lines as they enjoy a special ghost walk from outside Norwich station next week.

A SPECTRE could join passengers on the Bittern and Wherry lines on a ghost walk next week.

The figure of a pale, screaming woman has often been seen dashing across Gunton Park, close to Gunton station near Cromer.

Bittern and Wherry Lines Community Rail Partnerships, which is organising the event, said she might be seen next week rushing for a train to join the walkers in Norwich.

On Thursday, October 23, ticketholders for the Bittern and Wherry lines, which connect Norwich with Sheringham, Cromer, Yarmouth and Lowestoft, will be able to join in with a night of ghostly entertainment for free.

The Man in Black, who runs Norwich Ghost Walks, will stage a special walk for passengers leaving from outside Norwich station at 7pm.

Anyone not holding a Bittern or Wherry line ticket can also join in by paying £5 on the night.

For details about the Bittern and Wherry lines, visit and

To find out about Norwich Ghost Walks, see

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