Part 3 of my Weavers Way Walk. A linear route to Felmingham from Stalham with someone to pick me up at the other end. This would leave about 34km to do in one last final day.
Date: 2nd May 2014 Distance: 18.2km (11.30 Miles) Parking: N/A
Start Location: Stalham Ascent (m/ft): 100m (328ft) Weather:


Time Started: 15:30 Highest Point: N/A Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 3 Hours 23 Minutes    
Route: Stalham - Honing Lock - Briggate - Bengate - Meeting House Hill - White Horse Common - North Walsham - Tungate - Felmingham

It might look all run down and horrible but this is where Stalham Train Station used to be.

And the weavers way follows the old railway line out of the town.

Lots of opportunities to see wildlife along the route.

But without elevation the views were restricted to just the nearby fields.

Honing Loch on the way past. It is just slightly off route by about 30 seconds.

Old bridges over the old railway line.

The remains of Briggate Railway Station. The history on this section really focuses on the industrial age.

Lots of Bluebells in the woods today!

St Nicholas Church in the centre of North Walsham.
And my final destination for today which is the old railway station at Felmingham.