KLDSME and the Lynnsport Miniature Railway can be found in the grounds of the Lynnsport Leisure Park, signposted from all the main King’s Lynn approach routes.
Alive Lynnsport Leisure, Greenpark Avenue, King’s Lynn, PE30 2NB
Below is a current map of the Lynnsport site; our track is visible directly south of the Kaset Skate Park.
Visitors for the Railway
Please park in the main car park and walk the short distance to the track. We are located beside the Kaset Skatepark near the Leisure Centre’s main entrance.
Visitors from other Clubs and Societies
Please contact the committee in advance so we are aware of your visit and can make the necessary preparations and give you the relevant advice. If you are wanting to bring your models to operate, you will also need a valid membership card from your Society and proof of insurance and boiler test certificates if applicable. Information about the Railway and its facilities can be found here
Arriving by Public Transport
Assuming you have come into King’s Lynn by train or by coach, the quickest way to get to us from the Town Centre is by using the local buses. The main bus station is in the Vancouver Centre, frequent buses from the railway station head back to the bus station.
Lynx, Route No 42 – Fairstead
This route is the quickest option at 5min journey and 5min walk. Alight at Gaywood Tesco’s and walk back the short distance towards the Jet Petrol station. Just beyond the petrol station there is a footpath bearing right, this is the old Hunstanton railway line and it takes you straight into the Lynnsport complex after five minutes. The path runs through some scrubland and may not feel the most welcoming route, in which case take the following option.
For No 42 bus to Fairstead, see link below for timetable:
For other services through Gaywood, see links below for timetable:
Go To Town, Route No 2 – North Lynn
This route is a bit of a longer route as it passes the Lynnsport access road on its return to the bus station and the bus journey is 15mins before a 5min walk. Alight at Chadwick Square, and you can see the new access road and the Lynnsport building as soon as you step off the bus. Use the footpath alongside the new road and it will bring you into the car park; head round towards the front of the building to see the Kaset skatepark which is adjacent to our track. If you miss Chadwick Square, alight instead at Greenpark Avenue, walking along the road of the same name brings you into the car park once again.
For No 2 bus to North Lynn, see link below for timetable:
For bus travel information, visit links below:
For National Rail Services to/from King’s Lynn, visit links below: