King's Lynn and Surrounding Area

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3 September | Norwich | Dragon Hall doorway

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures -  South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures - South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

26 July | South Quay, King's Lynn | Construction of Pontoon.

26 July | South Quay, King's Lynn | Construction of Pontoon.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures -  South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures - South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures -  South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures - South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures -  South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures - South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

A Spitfire performs a flypast over King's Lynn as West Norfolk RAF Remember the Battle of Britain. Photograph by Paul Tibbsy @LynnNewsTibbsy

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A Spitfire performs a flypast over King's Lynn as West Norfolk RAF Remember the Battle of Britain. Photograph by Paul Tibbsy @LynnNewsTibbsy

Street Scene along Millfleet, King's Lynn. Norfolk. 2006

Street Scene along Millfleet, King's Lynn. Norfolk. 2006

Street Scene along South Quay, King's Lynn. Norfolk. 2006

Street Scene along South Quay, King's Lynn. Norfolk. 2006

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures -  South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

Grain Silos and Supporting Structures - South Quay, King’s Lynn. Norfolk. Located along the South Quay and Millfleet, these imposing structures are now unfortunately no longer in existence. A site which was once a joy to walk around and which spoke of its relationship with the shipping industry and the adjacent ‘Great Ouse’. Photograph taken in 2006.

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