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Looking across the River Bure, upstream of Wroxham Bridge in the 1930s from where
the 24 hour moorings are now.
Looking upstream towards Wroxham Bridge in the 1930s with another unknown wherry
moored on the left.
Captioned as being “Wroxham”, this may actually have been taken on Wroxham Broad.
The Swan Inn at Horning pictured c1930s.
Another picture of the Swan Inn at Horning c1930s.
Lower Street in Horning pictured during the 1930s.
The River Bure at Horning with the Ferry Inn pictured on the left.
The River Thurne at Potter Heigham, looking upstream towards the bridge as a cruiser
passes beneath. George Applegates yard can be seen on the left hand side.
More photographs from the 1930s.
Looking North over Wroxham Bridge in the 1930s. Roys famous stores with its wonderful
Art Deco frontage can clearly be seen in the background.
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