Stoke Ferry is a closed railway station in Norfolk. It was the terminus of a 7¼ mile branch line from Denver which opened on 1 August 1882 and finally closed to all traffic in 1965.
The Downham and Stoke Ferry Railway opened on 1 August 1882, and Stoke Ferry station opened with the line.
Bradshaw's Railway Guide 1922 shows a service of 4 trains a day on weekdays only between Stoke Ferry and Downham on the Great Eastern Railway's Cambridge to King's Lynn line.
The village of Stoke Ferry lies on the River Wissey and the station was on the southern edge of the village.
The station closed to passengers on 22 September 1930.
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