He was the most famous scientist of the 20th century - and in 1933 he sought refuge in North Norfolk.
The vital role of the railways in the First World War was brought into sharp focus at a Tracks and Trenches living history weekend hosted by the North Norfolk Railway.
A training and volunteering scheme aimed at giving ex-service personnel a chance to gain new skills and widen their social horizons was launched on the North Norfolk Railway at the weekend.
Nothing epitomises the north Norfolk coast quite like Cromer Pier.
As North Norfolk basks in one of the hottest weeks of the year, an amateur archaeologist believes he may have unearthed the site of a Stone Age barbecue.
max temp: 16°C
min temp: 12°C