Star Glory II pictured at the Anchor Hotel moorings at Coltishall in July 1967.
Star Glory II at the Ferry Boatyard in Horning, photographed by John Turner in July
Another photograph of Star Glory II at the Ferry Boatyard in Horning from 1967.
John Turner rowing a dinghy at the end of Neatishead staithe in 1967. In the background
is the Neatishead boatyard, with two of their Ocean 30 class of motor cruisers moored
Captioned as having been taken at Stalham in 1967 with what looks like the bow of
B70 “Queen of Light” seen on the right.
Potter Heigham, also pictured in 1967. The footbridge at the entrance of the Broads
Haven (Herbert Woods) boatyard can be seen in the background. In the foreground is
A867 which was Herbert Woods “Spotlight”.
This looks like it was taken on the River Thurne and was captioned as being a family
cruise from Potter Heigham to South Walsham.
Star Glory was powered by a Perkins 4107 diesel engine, as seen above in 1967.