Also taken at Reedham, a large coaster passes through the swing bridge.
This was also captioned as being taken at Reedham c1931
Heading upstream towards Somerleyton Swing Bridge.
This was captioned as being the wherry yacht “Goldfinch” which was built by Alfred
Collins yard at Wroxham. Here she is seen at Oulton Broad c1931.
“Pierrette” moored at Oulton Broad c1931, taken from the yacht station and captioned
as being taken over the August Bank Holiday weekend. The Wherry Hotel can be seen
in the background.
The crew make the most of the good weather somewhere on the river Waveney c1931
The tower of St. Mary's church at Burgh St. Peter on the river Waveney, heavily clad
in ivy c1931.
This was captioned as having been taken on the river Waveney between Beccles and
Bungay. Navigation beyond Geldeston ceased in 1934.
The crew of “Pierrette” indulge in another swimming session, this time at Somerleyton
Another fabulous shot taken by Ronald Winton c1931 at Reedham. A steam tug is approaching
the swing bridge with cargo on tow. Reedham is at the junction of two lines, the
Norwich to Great Yarmouth line which was constructed in 1844 and the line running
across the bridge to Lowestoft which was built in 1847.
This photograph was captioned as having been taken at Coldham Hall near Brundall