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Britain By Car - A Motoring History


A mainly agricultural county, with a largely flat landscape.  The county is noted for its ancient churches and as the setting of many of the landscape paintings of John Constable.

The Suffolk coast has suffered extensively from erosion, with evidence of a number of towns and villages lost to the sea.  The northern part of the Suffolk coast marks the most easterly point in England.

With thanks to the following for the images of Suffolk: Woodbridge © Keith Evans
Newmarket © Ben Brooksbank
Kings Head Inn, Woodbridge © Keith Evans
All Saints’ Church, Barnardiston © Bob Jones

Suffolk locations