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Help and advice for Norfolk: The Broads

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Norfolk: The Broads

The Broads (or Broadland) is an area of rivers and stretches of water, situated roughly between Norwich and Great Yarmouth, from Stalham in the north to Lowestoft in the south.

Description and Travel

Bulmer, Jane
The Norfolk Broads in colour.
[ISBN 0711702926, Norwich: Jarrold, 1987]
Clark, M. Aitken; Denyer, Richard and Knights, Sarah
Still Waters : photographs of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads [ISBN 0951485903, Still Waters Press, 1989]
Dawson, John G.
Broads and Broadsmen.
[ISBN 0863326463, Lewes: Book Guild, 1991]
Dye, Margaret
More memories from the marshes: people of the Broads, past and present.
[ISBN 0948400390, Dereham, Larks Press, 1996]
Manning, Stanley Arthur
Portrait of Broadland.
[ISBN 0709181310, London: Hale, 1980]
Middleton, C. S.
The Broadland photographers: the photographs of J. Payne Jennings, P.H.Emerson and George Christopher Davies, 1880-1890.
[ISBN 0903619237, Norwich: Wensum Books, 1978]

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October 2003