A Suffolk railway station is currently proving to be a popular destination for poetry lovers.

The Station House at Campsea Ashe, near Wickham Market, is hosting a poetry exhibition which includes a display of poems encompassing a wide variety of style and themes, heartfelt recitals and light-hearted performances.

Last weekend, Martyn Bradford read his hidden gem 'Beeching and After', having found it tucked away in a cupboard.

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First-time public performer Geoff Farrell brought to life two stirring railroad-themed poems.

The audience was notably moved by his rendition of 'From a Railway Carriage' by R L Stephenson, a classic verse that resonated with an elderly viewer.

Among other unique attractions was a debut rap performance.

Local performer Susan Mobb, backed by Jessica Palin, musician, delivered an original piece titled 'East Suffolk Line Spring Time Rap' with infectious energy.

The crowd also enjoyed amusing dramatic readings by actors K Newman and Julian Ilman.

The creative diversity was amply demonstrated by the exquisite recital of Hugh Lake's 'Meanwhile in the Silent Movie'.

One visitor, Elizabeth Bracken, described the exhibition as an "interesting and cheerful mix of poets with a soft spot for railways and railway buffs with a soft spot for poetry."

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Another, Lizzi Thistlethwayte, described the exhibition as a "triumph", particularly praising the energetic atmosphere and the quaint station café.

The Station House walls will remain decorated with verses for the remainder of the exhibition.

Visitors can enjoy a leisurely read while tucking into a variety of tempting treats available for purchase, ranging from cakes to bacon wraps, before catching their onward trains.

The exhibition will end on June 14 at 3.30pm.