Weybourne Map and Guide
Weybourne map, view the Norfolk village of Weybourne, to the west of Sheringham.
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Detailed Street Map of Weybourne Norfolk
Weybourne Map Norfolk: Detailed street map of Weybourne, a small village between Blakeney and Sheringham on the north coast of Norfolk in eastern England. Handy for finding your way around the village you can see The Street, Sheringham Road, Beach Lane, Temple Drive, Holt Road, Station Road, and Pine Walk, plus other Weybourne roads.
A small village with a population of just over 500, Weybourne is situated on the north coast of Norfolk, between Sheringham and Blakeney. Recorded as Wabrume in the Domesday Book (1086), Weybourne was the location of an Augustinian priory during the 13th century, built on the former site of an earlier Saxon church, the priory lasted until the dissolution of the monasteries during the reign of Henry VIII.
About half a mile north of the village is a shingle beach called Weybourne Hope, this beach has such a steep slope that ships are able to get very close to the shore, giving constant fear of invasion, so much so, that is was garrisoned in 1588 in anticipation of possible threats from the Spanish fleet.
Weybourne railway station, located one mile south of the village centre, is on the North Norfolk Railway, formerly part of the Midland and Great Northern Railway. Now known as the “Poppy Line”, it sees preserved steam trains running between Sheringham and Holt.