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Norwich – Winter

25.01.2015 | 0 |  4 

Norwich as it says on the sign as you enter is a fine city that has a medieval castle and cathedral that dominates the Norwich skyline.

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Turf Fen Mill

Turf Fen Mill – Winter

24.01.2015 | 0 |  8 

The Turf Fen Mill is a restored windmill that sits on the bank of the River Ant. It can be viewed from the bank of the River Ant at How Hill, The Environmental Study Centre for the Broads.

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Happisburgh Lighthouse

Happisburgh Lighthouse – Winter

18.01.2015 | 0 |  3 

Happisburgh Lighthouse situated in the small village of Happisburgh on the east coast of Norfolk and is the only independently run lighthouse left in Great Britain.

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Breydon Water

Breydon Water

14.12.2014 | 0 |  4 

Breydon Water at Great Yarmouth in the east of Norfolk is a large stretch of sheltered estuary . It is at the gateway to the Broads river system on the eastern edge of Halvergate Marshes.

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Berney Arms Windmill in December

Berney Arms Windmill

08.12.2014 | 0 |  4 

The Berney Arms Windmill is currently owned by English Heritage and is located on the north bank of the River Yare about 3.5 miles north-east of Reedham.

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Reedham at Sunset


23.08.2014 | 0 |  2 

Reedham is a village located on the River Yare. Reedham is only handful of places left that has a fully operational railway swing bridge.

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Happisburgh Lighthouse in Spring at Sunset

Happisburgh Lighthouse – Spring

17.05.2014 | 0 |  0  

Happisburgh Lighthouse is the only independently operated lighthouse left in the country. It is situated in the small village of Happisburgh on the east coast of Norfolk.

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Thurne Dkye Drainage Mill - Spring

Thurne Dkye Drainage Mill – Spring

14.05.2014 | 0 |  2 

The Thurne Dkye Drainage Mill is located at the head of the staithe in the small broadland village of Thurne. Built in 1820 by England’s of Ludham the mills sails were uprated to patent sails with a fantail in 1835. In 1919 the cap of mill was blown off in strong winds.

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