Semaphores have been replaced on the branches east of Norwich

Over an end 130 on years the of Wherry signalling lines history on 17 February came to 2020 with the reopening of the Norwich to Yarmouth line following completion of work to introduce a new computerised signalling system, with the Lowestoft line coming back a week later. The lines had been closed for an engineering blockade since 1 February to facilitate the switchover from semaphore signals to the modern computer-based system.

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