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I also remember this tower as my Great grandmother, Elizabeth Welham lived under the tower when I was a boy. This would be in the late 1940's/ 1950's. The door to her rooms was just inside the archway and you would take one step down into a small kitchen. It was very dark inside, but homely as granny always cooked (...Read full memory)

This is Row 45, also known as St. John's Head Row after a public house on the south west corner. The pub still exists today. The row ran from North Quay to George Street. The photograph is shown looking towards George Street. The area suffered much damage from air raids in the 2nd world war.

Fond memories of the snails and the tubs.

This cottage was in fact the prow of a boat which had been cut off and erected, almost like a sentry box, and stood near the Nelson Monument on South Denes. There was an article in the Yarmouth Mercury ( 10/11/72 ) which featured this cottage but its accompanying photo was very grainy and I am curious (...Read full memory)

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