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    Holt is one of the most visited towns in the English county of Norfolk. They are prominent in England if you want to see Georgian architectures.

  3. Town History | DEREHAM TOWN COUNCIL


    Dereham is at the heart of Norfolk and is Breckland District’s second largest town with a population of approximately 16,000. It services a wide hinterland of ...

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    Norfolk’s most famous “gentleman farmer” Desmond MacCarthy is back on BBC2 tonight. In Normal for Norfolk, he opens his 17th-century manor house to the cameras ...

  7. Norfolk Mills - Sutton tower windmill


    Sutton's 9 storey tower was about 67' 6" to the curb and 79' 6" to the top of the Norfolk boat shaped cap with a chain pole. The stocks were 12ins. square at the centre.

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  9. Local Area | Wroxham Miniature Worlds the largest …


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  10. West Virginia Coal Country – McDowell County – Part 3


    Coal trains continue to rumble through the heart of the area on Norfolk Southern Railway's (former Norfolk and Western Railway) Pocahontas Division.