She lost everything, was swindled out of thousands but persevered with her thirty year ambition to run a “little tea room” from the ex-railway cottage she called home.
JUNCTION 21 ?
The tea room adjoins the former gatekeeper’s cottage at Junction 21 on the rail network,where the gatekeeper would open and close the gates by hand to allow trains or road vehicles to pass through. Junction 21 was also the notorious ‘Themelthorpe Curve’, still discussed by railway enthusiasts today as being the sharpest bend ever on the UK rail network. Read more here
Junction 21 is open all year. Whatever the weather there’s plenty of room inside, where the stylish interior looks out over panoramic views of the Norfolk countryside.
Service with a smile, great coffee, tea in teapots, delicious light lunches and a sumptuous array of home baked cakes and savouries.
That’s Junction 21 !
Located at the crossroads of the Marriotts Way and the Norfolk Cycle Loop, Junction 21 is a perfect stop for walkers, cyclists and all who love the countryside