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The disused Cromer Tunnel
|Location||Beneath the Great Eastern's Cromer High to Norwich line|
|Start||Close to the A149 bridge|
|End||Both portals of the tunnels are open|
|No. of stations||Provided access Cromer Beach to Mundesley line|
|Owner||The Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Railway|
|Operator||The Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Railway|
|Character||Undergrowth and modern housing in the area make access difficult|
|No. of tracks||removed|
The Cromer Tunnel was built by the Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Railway to take their Cromer Beach to Mundesley line under the Great Eastern's Cromer High to Norwich line. Both portals of the tunnels are open but undergrowth and modern housing in the area make access difficult. It is the only standard gauge railway tunnel in Norfolk.
It is the only remaining former railway tunnel in Norfolk, but the narrow gauge Bure Valley Railway crosses Aylsham Bypass by means of a newly constructed Aylsham Bypass Tunnel which replaces the former level crossing.
- Catford, Nick (2005). "Cromer High". Disused Stations. Retrieved 11 March 2016.
- Gray, Tracey (13 July 2015). "Full steam ahead as Bure Valley Railway celebrates 25th anniversary". Eastern Daily Press. Retrieved 11 March 2016.
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