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fendoff
Oct-06-2005 @ 10:11 PM                           Permalink
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Today anyone in the Wroxham area and onwards to Ipswich may have seen an Oyster 62 moulded by Bridgland Moulders, at Ashmanaugh and fitted out at Windboats at Wroxham travelling with police escort on an Abbey Transport lorry. Full story http://new.edp24.co.uk/content/news/story.aspx?brand=EDPOnline&category=News&tBrand=edponline&tCategory=news&itemid=NOED06%20Oct%202005%2018%3A24%3A57%3A003
Oysters are also fitted out at Landamores in Hoveton.

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On the last night of our break in late August we spent the night at Moores of Wroxham, and as we walked into the village this boat was left outside on a trailer. It looked enormous, as fin keel yachts always do when out of the water, and I guessed it was a 65 footer so I wasn't that far out!

I was stunned that it had been left outside overnight at risk of being vandalised, as it was surrounded by lads out of the village kicking tin cans about etc.

It certainly looked like a few quids-worth!

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Wroxham to Ipswich in 5 hours, thats not bad for East Anglias roads!

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That's impressive stuff, particularly now they've put the new roundabout on the Wroxham Road for the Sprowston P&R. It must have been tight.

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Gosh I hadn't thought about that roundabout, it is tight.
I do hope the experts have got their sums right. Norfolk regulars will probably remember the road used to dip there and flooded when heavy rain covered the field. Then they filled the dip in and leveled it. Now they have covered the field with tarmac and put the dip in a different place. I also think that there is enough of a slope to cause chaos when it snows.

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