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Guest KeithC

Hi

I would be guessing by saying in the 1950 and the location is oposite the Ferry Inn at Horning.

Keith

Norfolk :wave

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Guest KeithC

Hi Barry

Do I get a cuddly toy?

The boat looks like one of Herbert Woods wooden craft. i.e. "Ring Of Light" Star of Light " etc but probably wrong.

Keith

Norfolk :-D

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Guest KeithC

Hi Barry.

Sorry. You have stumped me this time. What gave it away in the Horning photo is the way the road curves away. Still the same today and a very popular fishing and picnic spot--being able to get a car to the waters edge.

Keith

Norfolk :)

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hi barry!. i will have a wild guess and say sutton staithe but the year ?

alan

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Thats exaclty how i guessed Horning i wonder who owned the boatshed there ?

Hi Barry.

What gave it away in the Horning photo is the way the road curves away. Still the same today and a very popular fishing and picnic spot--being able to get a car to the waters edge.

Keith

Norfolk :)

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