EAST ANGLIAN RIVERS

The Medieval bridge over the RIVER WENSUM at Attlebridge

The Medieval bridge over the RIVER WENSUM at Attlebridge

RIVER YARE at LAKENHAM

RIVER YARE at LAKENHAM

Old Bridge over the river Wensum at Taverham.

Old Bridge over the river Wensum at Taverham circa 1915.

Canoe RED SQUIRREL on the WENSUM

Canoe RED SQUIRREL on the WENSUM

The river Waveney on the Norfolk border

The river Waveney on the Norfolk border 1958

Dragon on the Blyth

The Blyth at Southwold

Loading scrap metal at Wensum Wharf Norwich, c 1978

Loading scrap metal at Wensum Wharf Norwich, c 1978

 A yacht passing a dredger, on the river Yare c1970


A yacht passing a dredger, on the river Yare c1970

River Glaven at Glandford

River Glaven at Glandford

Pull's Ferry on the Wensun, 1950.

Pull’s Ferry on the Wensun at Norwich, 1950.

The river Chet burst its banks.

The river Chet burst its banks.

Joe Mason and Enterprise, 1963 on the river Thurne

Joe Mason 1963 on the river Thurne with his Enterprise dinghy

The Beck at Shotesham All Saints from the common

The Beck at Shotesham All Saints from the common

Yacht on Wroxham Broad, river Bure

Yacht on Wroxham Broad, river Bure

A Dutch coaster in the Short-Sea Port of Kings Lynn, Alexandra Dock on the Great Ouse.

A Dutch coaster in the Short-Sea Port of Kings Lynn, Alexandra Dock on the Great Ouse.

THE QUEEN OF THE BROADS on the River Yare at Yarmouth

THE QUEEN OF THE BROADS on the River Yare at Yarmouth

THE STEAMER YARMOUTH on the River DebenTHE RIVER DEBEN AT WOODBRIDGE. (The Steamer is still in existence, sadly as a virtual wreck.)

THE HERONRY, BLYTHBURGH ON THE RIVER BLYTH

THE HERONRY, BLYTHBURGH ON THE RIVER BLYTH IN SUFFOLK

REEDHAM FERRY ON THE RIVER YARE

REEDHAM FERRY ON THE RIVER YARE

LODDON MILL, RIVER CHET

LODDON MILL and the end of navigation on the RIVER CHET

 THE URE

THE BURE

In the flattie

In a flattie on the Bure

 

 

Whitlingham Reach (A. Sandys 1860)

Whitlingham Reach (A. Sandys 1860)                                                                                                                     THE BLOG FOR MEMORIES OF EAST ANGLIA    

 

 

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3 responses

  1. Wonderful pictures!

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  2. Ditto, great photos Joe

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  3. Really lovely .. many thanks for your ever interesting blog

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