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Brancaster Staithe Norfolk Collection
On the North Norfolk coast Brancaster Staithe was once a busy port handling cargo of coal and grain for a malt house (one of the biggest in England) until trade declined in the 1800s. A fishing industry still thrives. The original staithe at Brancaster was built in 1750 but gradually deteriorated over the centuries. In 2007 funding was granted for a new staithe as we see here. The Norfolk Coast Path gives access to the hidden creeks and tiny harbours (staithes). From Thornham to Burnham Overy Staithe Morston Quay via Blakeney to Cley next the Sea and on to Sheringham. See my other collections for Wells next the Sea. Thanks for looking.
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