The Ferry Inn at Horning which had been rebuilt after suffering a major fire in 1965.
Cruising on the River Bure, approaching Swan Corner at Horning in 1968. The Swan
Hotel and parish staithe can be seen on the right.
The Swan Hotel at Horning pictured in September 1968.
David Campbell, pictured centre, with two crew mates aboard Langwith Avocet in 1968.
Note the infamous Watneys “Party Four” beer tin!
A779 “Highlander 1” from Richardsons moored at Wroxham in 1964. The boat was built
by Freemans at Beccles.
S880 “Dazzling Waters” from Fowlers of Oulton Broad, pictured on the River Bure between
Wroxham and Horning in 1964.
B620 “Tweedledum” from Richardsons of Stalham, also taken on the River Bure between
Wroxham and Horning.
The next collection of photographs were taken by Terry Baldrey during 1964 and 1965.
The family hired cruisers from Richardsons yard at Stalham, Terry later began working
at the yard from the late 1960s on. My thanks to Terry for the detailed information
on the boats featured which accompanies the photographs.
W505 “Crusader 7” from Richardsons pictured leaving the Ferry Inn at Horning in 1964.
The chalet “Quiet Crest”, owned by F.B. Wilds at Horning, with members of the Baldrey
family seated outside. This chalet apparently featured on the cover of the Hoseasons