Something of a potential oddity, if a "small-time" one. After the end, w.e.f. March 2nd 1959, of the former Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway system as a connected passenger-carrying whole; a considerable amount of the system survived for freight only -- though most of that, for only another decade or less. One of these sections which kept freight services for a time, was the twenty-odd-mile one from South Lynn eastward to East Rudham. According to Wikipedia, East Rudham lost its freight service w.e.f. April 3rd 1967 -- and per Wiki, all stations between South Lynn and there had closed to freight previously to that date: so one infers, abandonment of the whole line as from 3 / 4 / 67. However, I remember with total certainty, travelling in summer 1967 -- July, I very much think -- with pre-arranged permission, in the brake van of the freight which ran several times a week between South Lynn and East Rudham. This would seem to indicate that Wiki is inaccurate re the closure date. Would be grateful to hear from anyone who is knowledgeable as regards when this section actually closed.