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Thread: Tabby house..Norfolk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuka-Yena View Post
    If anyone could let me know the right place to start looking on a map to track this place
    There's a good clue sitting on the mantle piece!


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    Spotted. Thanks so much for the tip, time to get researching...

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    Okay - I think after much investigation I *might* have worked out roughly where the house might be, though I can't 100% pinpoint it yet. I guess when I'm able to, I'm just going to have to comb the general area and see if my sleuthing worked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuka-Yena View Post
    Okay - I think after much investigation I *might* have worked out roughly where the house might be, though I can't 100% pinpoint it yet. I guess when I'm able to, I'm just going to have to comb the general area and see if my sleuthing worked out.
    To help you along what you could do is go to the NLS website here https://maps.nls.uk/ and click on "Side by Side". This will give you an old map on the left of your screen and a Google map on the right. Then, what you can do is to zoom in to see what was in that area on the left and view what is there now with the map on the right. I use it to find old railway lines and disused stations. The old map on the left you can pull down a menu to choose what year of old map you want to view.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Been driving around for ages looking for this one with absolutely no luck

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    Now I wouldn't mind being locked down if I had all this to nose around, Stay Safe everyone.Have
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    Quote Originally Posted by bleekax View Post
    Been driving around for ages looking for this one with absolutely no luck
    You will never find it just by randomly driving around, for one you can't see it from the road. It's not even visible on the google maps aerial view because it's so overgrown.
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    Wow, so much cool old stuff

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    This looks so cool! I know Norfolk well, now starting to research where it could be!

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