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English: View from Hardley Windpump, near to Hardley Street, Norfolk, Great Britain.

See also">SP0937 : Broadway High Street. The River Yare can be seen at at meander nearing the junction with the Chet. I didn't know it but there was once a drainage complex here, an earlier mill was sited between the little tree and the conifers. If you took an opposite look towards Cantley then you would be looking at the site of another now demolished mill and steam pumping station. Rather oddly this mill replaced the steam engine!

The path if the Wherryman's Way.
Date 28 August 2010
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52° 34′ 4.07″ N, 1° 31′ 18.08″ E

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