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“Silver Broom” moored at Beccles in 1949.
The crew of B354 “Silver Broom” 1949.
“Silver Broom” moored at Herbert Woods “Broadshaven” marina at Potter Heigham in
The following set of photgraphs were commercially produced images sold as souvenirs
to holidaymakers in the 1930s and come from the collection of Andrew Day.
St. Olaves suspension bridge c1930s.
Beccles viewed from the River Waveney upstream of the road bridge in the 1930s.
Rowing dinghies lined up awaiting hire at Oulton Broad in the 1930s.
An evening scene over Oulton Broad c1930s.
Another evening sailing scene at an unknown location c1930s.
The view looking downstream from Wroxham Bridge in the 1930s. Collins yard can be
seen on the right hand side of the river with Powles yard on the left. An unknown
wherry is moored in the foreground.
Pulls Ferry on the River Wensum in Norwich pictured c1930s.
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