Cromer Pier, Norfolk. A place very close to my heart.
The Dunes of Thrift, Norfolk...UK
Down to the Beach - Wells Beach, Norfolk, UK, by Paul Macro
The North Norfolk Railway. A lovely little train ride to the seaside. The railway travels between Holt and Sheringham through some beautifal countryside. It costs £11 for adults but under 3s are free. Very accessible although buggies have to be stored in the guard van. The staff are really friendly and are have happy to help you fold buggies and board the train. Toilets are situated at each station but I didn't check out the baby change facilities. Dogs welcome too.
Wells/Holkham/Brancaster Beach, Norfolk
Blickling Hall, Norfolk. Appartient à la famille Boleyn, a 400 ans haies anciennes et est voté la maison la plus hantée d'Angleterre
High Street, Cromer, Norfolk, 1960s. (Old colour photo of Hight Street, Cromer, Norfolk, England, UK in the 1960s.) with the medieval Cromer Cathedral in the background
Blakeney Point, Norfolk. I could be on the Great Barrier Reef!
Cromer is a largely unremarkable English seaside town, famous for its crabs but not a lot else. Looking down Jetty Street towards the open sea gives this ‘gem of the Norfolk Coast’ an exotic, almost Mediterranean air. The sky is unusually blue, the North Sea even more so and the light catching the jettied upper floors of the houses adds a warmth not always associated with this stretch of coastline. Hang some washing lines between the houses and you could almost, almost be in Naples.