Memories of Great Yarmouth

On May 11, 1902 the Sunderland registered schooner 'Flown' caught fire off Lowestoft.

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.

was married at church on sat 3-3-1962,spent first few years of marriage living on upper floor of tower at 98 blackfriars road.i remember well the awful job we had to get our furniture in as the stairs were too steep and winding, had to rope them up through thebedroom/lounge window we shared a kitchen on the lower floor (...Read full memory)

Back in 1976 I moved away from home to work as a photographic salesman at Debenhams in Great Yarmouth. I also helped out at the Norwich branch. I found a 'home from home' at Pavilion Road in Gorleston with a middle-aged couple - Jack and Hilda Kemp. My manager at Debenhams was Tony Wright and (...Read full memory)

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