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Britain By Car - A Motoring History


The fourth largest county in England, Norfolk is largely flat, but rich in fertile agricultural land.  An area of higher ground extends from Hunstanton to Swaffham and along the north coast, making these areas particularly picturesque.

North-east of Norwich, lie the Broads; stretches of water linked by rivers and streams providing about 200 miles of inland waterways.

With thanks to the following for the images of Norfolk:
Blickling Hall © Keith Hardy
Cromer Pier © Keith Hardy
Cromer © Keith Hardy
Elm Hill © Keith Evans