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Postcards of the Norfolk Broads
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Wherry leaving Wroxham c1910.
The River Bure at Wroxham c1910.
The view looking downstream from Wroxham Bridge 1906. Ernest Collins yard can be seen on the right
Near Wroxham Broad on the River Bure c1930s.
“Preparing To Set Off” from Wroxham c1950.
Wroxham Bridge 1950s.
Wroxham Bridge and the River Bure 1950s. Powles yard can be seen on the right.
Wroxham Bridge 1960s.
Wroxham bungalows c1915.
The view across Wroxham Bridge, looking towards Hoveton 1920s.
Daisy Broad at Wroxham 1930s.
Riverside bungalows at Wroxham c1930s/1940s. The first building on the left is the Bure Court Hotel which was destroyed by a fire in 1974.
The view looking downstream from Wroxham Bridge 1930s. The yards of Alfred Collins and Jack Powles can be seen on the left, with Ernest Collins boatyard on the right.
Looking upstream on the River Bure towards Wroxham Bridge c1935.
The River Bure at Wroxham c1930s/1940s.
Looking downstream towards Wroxham Bridge on the River Bure c1960.
The Broads Tours base and tearooms at Wtroxham, pictured c1960.
Looking across towards Granary Staithe at Wroxham c1960.
The Beehive provisions store at Wroxham c1960s.
Looking upstream from Wroxham Bridge in the 1960s with the Kings Head wharf on the right.
Another postcard of the same scene from the 1960s. Two of Broads Tours passenger launches can be seen on the left.
Another postcard of the Beehive stores at Wroxham from the 1960s.
Wroxham Broad c1960s.
The Bure Court Hotel at Wroxham pictured in the late 1960s/early 1970s.
Wroxham Bridge c1970.
The Bure Court Hotel at Wroxham c1970.
The Hotel Wroxham and Wroxham Bridge 1970s.
Another view of the Hotel Wroxham from the 1970s.
The passenger boat “Southern Comfort” pictured at it’s moorings outside the Hotel Wroxham in the 1970s. The Southern Comfort moved to it’s current location at Horning in 1979.
An aerial view of Wroxham and Hoveton c1983.