Tag Archives: Marriot’s Way

In Time for Lunch

It wasn’t that the walk that morning had been long and arduous. It wasn’t that we melted beneath a fierce summer sun. But we had been out since 7:00 am (to catch the bus into Norwich) and walking since 7:40. … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Bridging the Wensum

Tuesday 28 July 2020, a day to remember, for today I donned my face shield and ventured forth on public transport all the way into Norwich to walk part of Marriott’s Way. Oh, bliss! To renew my acquaintance with this. … Continue reading

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A Bridge Too Far

One of my favourite walks is along Marriott Way. A former railway, it sidles along sidings, ramps above the looping Wensum valley, and ducks beneath innumerable road-bridges. ThisĀ  (apparently) is bridge number 262. I believe Bridge No 262 qualifies for … Continue reading

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A Woodland Walk

As Marriots Way leaves the Norfolk village of Attlebridge on its remaining ten miles that culminate at the walls of Norwich, it passes through a pine plantation to one side and a chestnut woods to the other. It’s kick-up leaves … Continue reading

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Sub-Urban Art

I like graffiti. Maybe it’s my (long-long ago) Art School training (graphic design). So yet again I’ve been unable to resist. And then there was this: Love it! It sat beside the same Marriot’s Way.

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