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A familiar place, but shot from where?

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hi Kieth that looks like reedham to me the little rangers shed and the big shed in the background looks like Sanderson's 8-)

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up a ladder :lol:

or in the little house where you operate the swingbridge from

i suspect Chris offered to show you around.

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i realy have no idea Kieth

from what i remember when i was last down there was no building on the right hand side if your coming down river other than the bridge operating house. just fields.?

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Well, no one seems to have got it yet. Will leave it another 24hrs and then reveal the location it was taken from.

As a clue, it wasn't taken from the side of the river Jonny has been thinking of, i.e not the side where the bridge keepers operate from.

Keith

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has it been taken from reedham marine.?

or maybe along the row behind the row of houses at the back.?

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You've got it Jonny. If you head towards the Ship and turn left up the hill then turn right, you go across the railway line. Good view of the bridge from there. As you walk a little further on and look back, you get occasional glimpses of the quay between the houses. The quayside actually bears to the left, which is why it looks like it was taken from the other side of the river. Good views up there, of the New Cut and the quay.

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No there's no shop there. If you was thinking of the shop up middle hill, the road to the right of The Lord Nelson. Standing outside the shop, walk in the direction of Yarmouth, you will come to a crossroads. Turning right would take you back down to The Ship, but if you go straight accross you will come to a railway bridge. Go accross this and you are then Yarmouth side of the bridge.Keep going past some houses and then turn around and look back and you will be where the picture was taken.

Keith

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