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Wrabness In 2015 a conceptual holiday home was created by the artist Grayson Perry, working with FAT, and commissioned by the charity Living Architecture. It is known as "Julie’s House" or "A House for Essex", in homage to the "single mums in Dagenham, hairdressers in Colchester, and the landscape and history of Essex". The house is highly decorated incorporating rooftop ornaments, and overlooks the River Stour near the village.
Wrabness Wrabness is a small village, near Manningtree, Essex. The village is located six miles (10 km) west of Harwich. Wrabness railway station is served by trains on the Mayflower Line. Wrabness had a population of approximately 400.
Wrabness There is good access with a hard-core path around the reserve making it accessible for pushchairs or with disabilities.
Wrabness The oldest building in the village is All Saints' Church, which dates from around 1100. The church's bell tower collapsed in the seventeenth century, and the bell moved temporarily to a wooden bell cage in the church yard. The bell cage remains to this day.
Wrabness Wrabness Local Nature Reserve was designated in 1993. It covers on the banks of the River Stour estuary. The site was once a former mine depot established in 1921 by the Ministry of Defence. It was closed in 1963. Following closure, a number of planning applications were put forward (including an application for a prison in 1968 and 1989). The site was saved from closure when it was bought by Wrabness Nature Reserve Charitable Trust in 1992. The site has now been taken over by the Essex Wildlife Trust.
Wrabness The reserve is an important wildlife site - owls, yellowhammers, whitethroats, turtle dove, song thrush, nightingales and bullfinches can be seen. There are also many wild plants such as corn mint, hairy buttercup, sea aster and ox-eye daisy.
Wrabness railway station the typical weekday off-peak service on the Mayflower Line is one train per hour in each direction, although some additional services run at peak times. Trains operate between and calling at all stations, although some are extended to or from or London Liverpool Street.
Wrabness railway station Wrabness railway station is on the Mayflower Line, a branch of the Great Eastern Main Line, in the East of England, serving the village of Wrabness, Essex. It is down-line from London Liverpool Street and is situated between to the west and to the east. Its three-letter station code is WRB.
Wrabness railway station The signal box controlling the section of line stood at the west end of the down platform but was no longer used after the electrification of the line in 1985. The box was purchased by local enthusiasts and donated to the Colne Valley Railway at Castle Hedingham where it was re-commissioned and is operational today controlling a running round loop.
Wrabness railway station The station is currently operated by Abellio Greater Anglia, which also runs all trains serving the station.