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The Great Thorpe Railway Disaster of 1874 with Phyllida Scrivens

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Vernon Castle Room, Norfolk Heritage Centre

Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library

The Forum, Millennium Plain

Norwich

NR2 1AW

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Join local writer Phyllida Scrivens as she discusses her book, 'The Great Thorpe Railway Disaster of 1874: Heroes, Victims, Survivors'.

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Join local writer and biographer Phyllida Scrivens as she discusses her book, 'The Great Thorpe Railway Disaster of 1874: Heroes, Victims, Survivors', and sheds light on the stories of those involved in a tragedy that shook Norfolk and beyond.

This free talk will take place in person at the Vernon Castle Room, Norfolk Heritage Centre (on the second floor of the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library) and will also be livestreamed.

Booking is essential. To attend in person, book here at norfolkheritagecentre.eventbrite.co.uk or email heritagecentre@norfolk.gov.uk. To view the livestream, book in advance via email and a link will be sent to you.

If booking via email, please state clearly whether you wish to attend in person or view the livestream. Those booking via eventbrite will be expected to attend in person: if you book a ticket to attend in person but then find that you are unable to attend, please notify us as soon as possible by emailing heritagecentre@norfolk.gov.uk.


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Vernon Castle Room, Norfolk Heritage Centre

Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library

The Forum, Millennium Plain

Norwich

NR2 1AW

United Kingdom

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Norfolk Heritage Centre (NHC), situated on the second floor of the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library, is the perfect place to begin your local, family or house history research.

Bringing together a large local studies collection of more than half a million printed volumes, maps and photographs with free online resources and access to the most popular Norfolk Record Office archives, NHC provides a dedicated secure research space in the city

We have an exciting and varied events programme of workshops, talks and children's activities as well as offering one to one research advice from Norfolk Record Office Staff. 

Tel: 01603 774740

Email: heritagecentre@norfolk.gov.uk

More info: https://bit.ly/3t7g9Fi

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