Brundall Gardens railway station

Coordinates: 52°37′24″N 1°25′06″E / 52.62333°N 1.41833°E / 52.62333; 1.41833
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Brundall Gardens
National Rail
Looking west
General information
LocationBrundall, Broadland, Norfolk
Grid referenceTG314083
Managed byGreater Anglia
Other information
Station codeBGA
ClassificationDfT category F2
Original companyLondon and North Eastern Railway
Post-groupingLondon and North Eastern Railway
Key dates
1 August 1924Opened as Brundall Gardens Halt
6 May 1968Renamed Brundall Gardens
2018/19Decrease 12,248
2019/20Decrease 9,408
2020/21Decrease 9,318
2021/22Increase 11,358
2022/23Increase 14,458
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road

Brundall Gardens railway station is a stop on the Wherry Lines in the East of England, serving the western side of the village of Brundall, Norfolk. It is sited 4 miles 66 chains (7.8 km) down the line from Norwich on the routes to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft. Its three-letter station code is BGA.[1] It is managed and served by Greater Anglia.


A station at Brundall Gardens, known initially as Brundall Gardens Halt, was opened on 1 August 1924, 80 years after the opening of the line. This was in response to an increasing level of tourism to the lakes and waterways close to the station.[2]


The typical Monday-Saturday off-peak service at Brundall Gardens is as follows:[3]

Operator Route Rolling stock Typical frequency
Greater Anglia Norwich - Brundall Gardens - Brundall - Lingwood - Acle - Great Yarmouth Class 755 1x per hour in each direction

On Mondays to Saturdays, two Norwich to Lowestoft trains also stop at Brundall Gardens during the morning peak. Additionally, the second of the two daily stopping services to Great Yarmouth via Reedham also calls here.

On Sundays, there are eight trains a day in both directions, serving the station every two hours. The last Up train of the day is from Great Yarmouth via Reedham; all other services take the route via Acle.

Preceding station National Rail National Rail Following station
Norwich   Greater Anglia
Wherry Lines
  Historical railways  
Line open, station closed
  Great Eastern Railway
Yarmouth and Norwich Railway
Line and station open


  1. ^ Ordnance Survey (2005). OS Explorer Map OL40 - The Broads. ISBN 0-319-23769-9.
  2. ^ Gordon, D. I. (1968). A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: The eastern counties. Phoenix House. p. 171.
  3. ^ "Timetables". Greater Anglia. 10 December 2023. Retrieved 11 May 2024.

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52°37′24″N 1°25′06″E / 52.62333°N 1.41833°E / 52.62333; 1.41833