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Thread: The boating lake..great yarmouth

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    many thanks for bringing back memories of childhood holidays (too many years back !!!!)hope something can be done with the site


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    nice pics, looked like tight security man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammy View Post
    nice pics, looked like tight security man!
    I donned a Hi viz here and no one took any notice
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    nice report, thankyou.

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    Certainly different I really like it, great to see the historic shots too!
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