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Norwich, Cathedral, Nave East 1896

Photo of Norwich, Cathedral, Nave East 1896

Norwich, Cathedral, Nave East 1896

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Memories of Norwich

Curls

I originally remember the (now) Debenhams being a bomb site on which cars were parked, then a new department store was built called Curls. The top floor boasted a verandah restaurant where, ...Read full memory

A memory of Norwich by Steph Tyler

Visiting My Great Uncle Ted

I visited Ber Street on a regular basis in the early 1960s as my great uncle lived there. This was pre-school days for me. My mum was born in Twiddy's court which is now ...Read full memory

A memory of Norwich by Yvette Ballance

The Blue Room

I was having a pint in The Blue Room pub [now The Compleat Angler] on June 10, 1962 while waiting for my train to depart from Thorpe Station to Shippea Hill for my return to RAF ...Read full memory

A memory of Norwich by Albin Miller

The Waggon & Horses

From 1942 to 1960, I lived at the Waggon & Horses Pub next to the Samson. My memories are as a young boy listening to the sounds of all the big bands that played at the Samson. The ...Read full memory

A memory of Norwich by Paul Stevens

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The immensely long nave has shafts and colonettes breaking its length, leading the eye up to the vaults. It is one of the masterpieces of medieval English architecture.

This is an excerpt from Norwich Photographic Memories, by Martin Andrew

The immensely long nave has shafts and colonettes breaking its length, leading the eye up to the vaults. It is one of the masterpieces of medieval English architecture.