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Postcards of the Norfolk Broads


Acle

Back to Postcards The Street, Acle c1908

The Street, Acle c1908.

Fishley Mill at Acle c1910

Fishley Mill at Acle c1910.

Acler Regatta 1920s

Acle Regatta on the River Bure c1920s.

Acle Bridge 1920s

The old, three arch road bridge at Acle pictured in the 1920s.

River Bure at Acle c1950

The River Bure at Acle c1950.

Acle road bridge c1950s

Acle road bridge c1950s.

Acle Bridge 1960s

The second road bridge at Acle pictured during the 1960s. This bridge replaced the original stone one in 1931.

Acle road bridge c1960s

Another view of Acle road bridge and the River Bure from the 1960s.

Acle road bridge c1960s

Another postcard of Acle Bridge from the 1960s.

River Bure at Acle 1960s

Looking downstream on the River Bure at Acle Bridge 1960s with Alan Johnson’s boatyard on the left.

River Bure at Acle 1960s

The River Bure at Acle, also from the 1960s.

Acle Bridge and the Curtis Stores c1960s/70s

Acle Bridge and the Curtis Stores c1960s/70s.

The River Bure and Acle Bridge c1980s

The River Bure and Acle Bridge c1980s.

The Bridge Inn at Acle c1980s

The Bridge Inn at Acle c1980s.

The River Bure from Acle Bridge c1980s

The River Bure from Acle Bridge c1980s.

The old Weybridge at Acle c1905

The old Weybridge at Acle c1905. You can see the roof of what is now the Bridge Inn on the right. The pub was originally known as The Angel but, by 1904, had been renamed The Bridge House.

Acle Bridge c1905

Another postcard of Acle Bridge with an eel catchers hut in the foreground c1905.

Acle Bridge c1909

Looking upstream towards Acle Bridge in 1909, with The Bridge House on the left.

Acle village c1909

A view of Acle village - posted in 1904.

The Street at Acle c1905

The Street at Acle c1905 with the Queens Head Hotel on the left.

The Street at Acle c1915

Another view of The Street at Acle c1915.

The Queens Head Hotel at Acle

The Queens Head Hotel at Acle, also c1915-1920. The pub dated back to the late 18th century and eventually became part of the Watney Mann chain - the pub was closed by them in 1975.

Acle Bridge pictured in the late 1920s

Acle Bridge pictured in the late 1920s. The old bridge was demolished and replaced in 1931.

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