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Pupils from Gaywood Primary School swap classroom for station during Bure Valley Railway





Pupils from a West Norfolk school swapped the classroom for a station when they spent a day at Bure Valley Railway.

The Year 5 pupils from Gaywood Primary School had been studying the effects of the Industrial Revolution.

The topic was brought vividly to life when they visited the heritage railway, which runs narrow-gauge steam trains daily between stations at Aylsham and Wroxham.

Pupils enjoyed a ride on the train at Bure Valley
Pupils enjoyed a ride on the train at Bure Valley
Pupils got to take a closer look at some of the engines
Pupils got to take a closer look at some of the engines
Pupils got to take a closer look at some of the engines
Pupils got to take a closer look at some of the engines
Gaywood pupils got to learn more about the Industrial Revolution
Gaywood pupils got to learn more about the Industrial Revolution
Gaywood pupils got to learn more about the Industrial Revolution
Gaywood pupils got to learn more about the Industrial Revolution
Gaywood pupils got to learn more about the Industrial Revolution
Gaywood pupils got to learn more about the Industrial Revolution
Pupils got to take a closer look at some of the engines
Pupils got to take a closer look at some of the engines
Pupils lining up to board the train at Bure Valley Railway
Pupils lining up to board the train at Bure Valley Railway


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