Topic: Where's this

Chicol    -- Jul-31-2020 @ 7:39 PM
  Guess where this is


Marshman    -- Jul-31-2020 @ 7:57 PM
  Tonnage Bridge!

Uncle_Nobby    -- Jul-31-2020 @ 8:09 PM
  Yup, NWDC

Alone1    -- Jul-31-2020 @ 9:26 PM
  I agree
Tonnage Bridge NWDC

Bob Huppendoun

There would be no life without water!!!

Chicol    -- Aug-1-2020 @ 9:45 AM
  Ok you are correct. Here's another photo, where's this


Karen&Mike    -- Aug-1-2020 @ 2:02 PM
  Are they glamping pods? In which I case I hazard a guess at Waveney River  Centre, though not been there for some time and have no idea if they offer camping like that these days ?!


"Wind up the elastic band Karen - we're setting off!!"

webntweb    -- Aug-1-2020 @ 3:40 PM
  Think they are the glamping pods near Tonnage Bridge.

Steve51    -- Aug-1-2020 @ 3:51 PM
  Agree with that, Tonnage bridge pods. We moored at Dilham a couple of weeks ago and walked down there. I have to say they look very nice and a cracking location too.

Steve. CM1 and NR12

Chicol    -- Aug-1-2020 @ 5:57 PM
  Ok yes they are next to the bridge, which is on the north walsham canal. ok, you won't be able to work this one out


pargeandmarge    -- Aug-1-2020 @ 7:12 PM
  Hi Chicol
So easy a small breakfast on the deck  Smile
Kindest Regards
Marge and Parge

BELLA    -- Aug-1-2020 @ 9:02 PM
  That was easy to work out, there’s no mushrooms.

Chicol    -- Aug-2-2020 @ 9:58 AM
  Well actually it's Bacon Broad


pargeandmarge    -- Aug-2-2020 @ 7:21 PM
  Nice one Chicol
Trust you, two egg us on!  Smile
Marge and Parge

The_Wanderer    -- Aug-4-2020 @ 9:23 AM
  Eggsactly where on Bacon Broad?

Steve51    -- Aug-4-2020 @ 10:32 AM

Steve. CM1 and NR12

The_Wanderer    -- Aug-4-2020 @ 10:50 AM

So where is the sauce of your information for that comment?

The_Wanderer    -- Aug-4-2020 @ 11:07 AM
  Is there mushroom to moor in StalHAM these days?

Regulo    -- Aug-4-2020 @ 12:42 PM
  I'll Ketchup with this thread one day.

Regards, Ray.

Whatever happens now, I'm blaming it on Brexit. Everyone else is!

Chicol    -- Aug-4-2020 @ 3:03 PM
  Thanks for all Yolks , a Toast to you all! They were eggsquisite.


The_Wanderer    -- Aug-4-2020 @ 7:13 PM
  It looks like this thread is going to turn into a cereal.

BELLA    -- Aug-5-2020 @ 5:51 AM
  Chicol, it seems that you have got “a lot on your plate” at the moment.

BELLA    -- Aug-5-2020 @ 5:58 AM
  And watch your speed, because you will have to “wash up”.

Jeremy-Aslan    -- Aug-5-2020 @ 10:31 PM
  And one from me, where I visited last weekend.

'We demand rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty' (HHGG)

Jeremy-Aslan    -- Aug-5-2020 @ 10:31 PM
  Sorry, duplicate message - pressed 'Reply' twice

This message was edited by Jeremy-Aslan on Aug-5-20 @ 11:32 PM

Paladine    -- Aug-5-2020 @ 10:55 PM
B M in W C

"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

Alone1    -- Aug-6-2020 @ 5:52 AM
  Paladine is correct Smile  boat-sail

Bob Huppendoun

There would be no life without water!!!

VetChugger    -- Aug-6-2020 @ 10:12 AM
  Curses! I knew that immediately! Wandered up there in my Norman many moons ago. Was a very peaceful and enjoyable wander!


Jeremy-Aslan    -- Aug-7-2020 @ 7:24 AM
  Yes, indeed  -  Brograve Mill beside Waxham New Cut, off Horsey.  

We only went as far as the mill, which is in very poor condition internally.  The BA Ranger boat was there, having stopped for lunch!

'We demand rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty' (HHGG)

webntweb    -- Aug-7-2020 @ 10:14 AM
  Went up there to the bridge in May 1986 (was it that long ago?) on a Hampton Safari.

We have Whispering Reeds Bittern for a full day in a couple of weeks and my son would like to make the trip to the bridge if possible, as there and Catfield are the only extremities on the Broads he hasn't been to.

Does anybody know if weed would be a problem on Waxham Cut at this time of the year?

I went to Catfield for the first time about five years ago on a day boat from Woods. Lovely trip, although on our way back we met one of Woods ex 40/45ft Connoisseurs at the "crossroads" halfway down. Think they must have give up there because they turned up at the Pleasure Boat about 20 minutes after us.

That was the only boating I have done on the Broads when nobody wanted to drive - it was a glorious day and nobody wanted to be stuck under the front canopy with the extremely noisy front mounted engine.

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