Vintage trains dating back more than 100 years will return to the railways as part of a north Norfolk showcase. 

The North Norfolk Railway will feature a range of restored locomotives at its Autumn Showcase weekend on October 6 and October 7. 

Visitors will be able to ride vintage trains including the line's oldest working locomotive which was built in 1912 with carriages dating from the 19th century. 

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Eastern Daily Press: Newly-restored Class 104 M56182 approaching SheringhamNewly-restored Class 104 M56182 approaching Sheringham (Image: Leigh Caudwell)There will also be a rare opportunity to travel in the sole-surviving 'Quad-Art' set dating from the 1920s.

The trains have been restored to near-original condition and their use is limited to a handful of days each year. 

As well as riding a variety of restored locomotives, visitors will also have the opportunity to look behind the scenes at the line's workshops in Weybourne. 

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Reedham Junction Signal Box, which was built in 1904 and saved for preservation, will also be open to the public for the first time at Holt. 

Commercial manager, Graham Hukins, said: “The event will showcase the variety of locomotives, carriages and wagons on the line giving visitors a chance to experience contrasting trains and some very unusual workings.” 

The event will take place at train stations in Sheringham, Weybourne and Holt.