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Burnham Norton, St Margarets Graveyard

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Graveyard at Burnham Norton, St margaret's Church, Norfolk, 26th Dec 2012. Resting place of my father.

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A: Burnham Norton St Margaret's Church

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The wonderful Norton St Margret's church situated on a hilltop and can easily be seen from the A149 c...

Burnham Norton St Margaret's Church

B: Burnham Mkt Post Office , Xmas Day

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The infamous Burnham Mkt Post Office, Norfolk taken on Xmas Day 2012. Note the huge 4x4 characteristi...

Burnham Mkt Post Office , Xmas Day

C: Burnham Overy Lower Mill Cottages

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The Burnham Overy Lower Mill cottages are situated on the A149 between the Norfolk coastal villages o...

Burnham Overy Lower Mill Cottages

D: Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk, UK

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Burnham Overy Staith, on the north Norfolk coast, UK. Burnham Overy lies between the village of Burnh...

Burnham Overy Staithe, Norfolk, UK

E: Brancaster Staithe Harbour, Norfolk, England, UK

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This is a National Trust property and area, which is well known for its Mussells, a small stall on th...

Brancaster Staithe Harbour, Norfolk, England, UK

F: Holkham Lake

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Holkham Lake

G: Holkham Ice House

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The Ice House in Holkham Park According to an adjacent noticeboard, it is thought that this thatched ...

Holkham Ice House

H: Holkham Beach

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Holkham Beach

I: Holkham Beach

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Holkham Beach

J: Well Beach Huts

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Well Beach Huts

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