And here's the little two-car shuttle train disappearing south toward Norwich:
The station is now unmanned, with no operational ticket office and the buildings
sitting all locked up most of the time. People just buy a ticket after boarding if needed.
The station has a somewhat melancholy, forgotten atmosphere about it, as shown by the abandoned signalbox, now falling slightly into ruin, just beyond the north end of the platforms:
Yet the new lights and crossing, and the other modern touches like up-to-date safety signs still let you know that this is a working station. The modern intercom reinforces the unmanned-but-still-in-use status (not too clear I'm afraid, but the two call buttons are labeled "Information" and "Emergency"):
A few more images to follow.......
[This message has been edited by pauluk (edited 06-22-2004).]