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536) Bill Maxted 
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Friday, 8 July 2005 02:29 Send E-mail

On behalf of myself and www.the-norfolk-broads.co.uk could I ask if anyone here knows the exact status of the moorings in front of and upstream of the Berney Arms Mill? Is this also owned by English Heritage or is the entire frontage owned by the pub? I ask because the pub are it seems attempting to only allow mooring for their patrons whilst not everyone going to look at the mill necessarily wishes a meal or a drink eek!

Really liked the old photos brought back many memories. Would be nice to have some of the other parts of the old broadland railway system relics of which still exist. (Haddiscoe High Level bridge and station for example)

Dave Rogers Friday, 8 July 2005 12:57
There are some signs that The Berney Inn have put out from the pub leading in the direction of the mill but these stop well short of the Berney Mill. There are no signs outside the Berney Mill and upstream of it and there is plenty of room for boats to moor.

Andy Sunday, 10 July 2005 17:52
I am considering adding further railway photos from the GY - Lowestoft route and possibly as far as Hadiscoe but I don't intend to expand the area covered too much.
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