Public transport links
There are a variety of buses, trains and coaches to help you explore the Weavers’ Way.
The Weavers’ Way can be reached by train from the following rail stations: Cromer, Aylsham, North Walsham, Acle, Berney Arms and Great Yarmouth.
Except Aylsham, all the stops are on either the Bittern Line or the Wherry Line, both of which are community railways. Berney Arms station is also known as one of the most remote train stations in Britain, serving on request.
Aylsham station is part of the Bure Valley Railway which runs from Aylsham to Wroxham.
Various bus services cross the trail and surrounding villages. Information on buses for individual sections of the trail can be found on their respective pages. Bus operators include: Sanders Coaches, Konectbus, Aldborough Community Bus, and Our Bus (Acle Area Flexibus).
National Express coaches pass the route, at Acle and Great Yarmouth.
Visit www.travelineeastanglia.co.uk for all public transport information including timetables for the services.