cover of the book the wreck of the cromer express

the wreck of the cromer express by j.e. connor

as the nineteenth century drew to a close, the north norfolk resort of cromer was becoming a fashionable venue for holiday makers and was attracting large crowds of visitors

the writer clement scott described it as "the perfect watering place" and stated in the daily telegraph that it was enticing "many a middle-class family tired of brighton, margate and the south generally"

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the ger decided to improve the service even more and constructed two sets of new vestibuled corridor coaches specifically for it. from 1st july 1907, the train was renamed the 'norfolk coast express', although the old title remained in colloquial use by staff and others for some years after. a month earlier, a special press run was made from liverpool street to sheringham, hauled by 'claud hamilton' 4-4-0 no 1848, which covered the 142.5 mile journey in 2 hours and 58 minutes. this is believed to be the longest non stop run ever performed by the great eastern railway and was worked by driver dodson of stratford

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