Eastern Region

EASTERN REGION MAP

BACKGROUND

railway station holidays The Eastern Region was a region of British Railways from 1948. Together with the North Eastern Region (which it absorbed in 1967), it covered most lines of the former London and North Eastern Railway, except in Scotland.

The region ceased to be an operating unit in its own right in the 1980s and was wound up at the end of 1992.

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PROPERTY OF THE MONTH

Wilby Halt Brockford Sidings

Wilby Halt is the latest accommodation at Brockford Siding. At its centre is the small station building which is a copy of the station at Wilby on the Mid Suffolk Light Railway. Wilby Halt is a small station complete with an original box wagon and carriage. The three units are linked by a platform and can sleep 4/5 people in comfort in a double bed in the very comfortable box wagon, and a further bunk bed and single bed in the station building and a bathroom with shower.
StowmarketNear To:
£311 - £742Price Range:
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4Capacity:
2Bedrooms:
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