Water Under the Bridge

Transportation, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek

The bridge is at St Olave’s on the Waveney River. Part of the Broads area, the river forms the border between counties of Norfolk and Suffolk.

I liked the double-take, of both water and road transport

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4 Responses to Water Under the Bridge

  1. Yes, a two-for-one on the transportation theme! This photo reminds me of the Swallows and Amazons’ book Coot Club. 🙂

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  2. I bet that bridge blocks off a lot of the larger ships.

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    • No larger ships use this river. At one time the Norfolk Wherries used it to take goods upriver to Beccles. And Vikings made great use of it.
      Many of the placemames around here reveal the Viking presence. St Olave was an early Norse Christian

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