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Buckenham Ferry (Beauchamp Arms), but not recently.

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7 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

acle bridge?

 

That was my though, yeah. The long run of moorings down from Bridgecraft / BBC.

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Was just thinking it could be down south as the boat on far right looks a bit like Super Wings from Wingline at Brundall

Jeff

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34 minutes ago, Regulo said:

Buckenham Ferry (Beauchamp Arms), but not recently.

I thought that first but the number of boats moored threw me.

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I remember when Buckenham Ferry looked like that, quite a decent mooring spot. The current excuse for a pub is such a wasted opportunity. 

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5 hours ago, Regulo said:

Buckenham Ferry (Beauchamp Arms), but not recently.

BUGGER, you beat me to it :default_2gunsfiring_v1:

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497682602_QueenofHeartswhere.thumb.jpeg.5acc04380054e71a0c32582bdc191fb3.jpeg

 

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Here's an oldie but goodie.

The date is May 1953, the boat is the Queen of Hearts and the photos were taken in the same place, by the hirers of the boat. They also show the traditional use of a public staithe for loading cargo.

Any ideas?

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I'm very good at getting things wrong but here goes....How Hill? 

Lovely old photos by the way

Grace

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I wondered about How Hill. Could that be Claptrap Mill in the background? 

Where's Carol when you need her!  :default_beerchug:

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1 minute ago, NorfolkNog said:

Could that be Claptrap Mill in the background? 

There's certainly some claptrap being spoken :default_biggrin:

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Quite a tall line of trees in the background so wondering if St Olaves - also the river is quite wide?

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I think you could have cracked it Liz

Bit too wide for the Ant

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Does seem a bit too wide for the Ant, but I'll go along with DavidH and say just upstream of Ludham Bridge.

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24 minutes ago, NorfolkNog said:

I think you could have cracked it Liz

Bit too wide for the Ant

If not St Olaves I think south rivers - also look at the bow of the first image and the tidal flow?

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4 minutes ago, SPEEDTRIPLE said:

I`d say possibly up the Yare somewhere.

Yeah, maybe Surlingham Ferry way?.

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