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M&GN Crest The Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway Society is the supporting charity of (and major shareholder in) the North Norfolk Railway, which operates a 5¼ mile heritage railway from Sheringham to Holt. Founded in October 1959 after the extensive closure of the M&GN system, the Society works to preserve, display and operate a wide range of historical artefacts which include four steam locomotives and many unique carriages and wagons.    

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JOINT LINE ISSUE 165 POSTED  
The 164th issue of Joint Line, the Society's quaterly magazine has been posted to all members.

The Spring 2015...
<I>JOINT LINE</I> ISSUE 165 POSTED
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Y14 LAUNCH DAY ANNOUNCED  
The Trustees of the M&GN Joint Railway Society are pleased to announce the launch day for the J15/Y14 has been... Y14 LAUNCH DAY ANNOUNCED
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Y14 FINAL PAINTING  
Despite setbacks, we are pleased to report that our J15/Y14 steams! And not only that, but she also moves under... Y14 FINAL PAINTING
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THUMBS UP FROM CAPTAIN BIRDSEYE!  
Captain Birdseye made an appearance at the North Norfolk Railway's Spring Steam Gala to help launch the newly overhauled Birdseye... THUMBS UP FROM CAPTAIN BIRDSEYE!
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The Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway Society is the supporting charity of (and major shareholder in) the North Norfolk Railway, which operates a 5¼ mile heritage railway from Sheringham to Holt.

The Society actively works to preserve, display and operate a wide range of historical artefacts which include four steam locomotives and many unique carriages and wagons.

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