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Elm Hill Norwich

Elm Hill, Norwich, Norfolk, UK - On my Top Ten Best Streets in England list…

Norwich Castle Museum. Brilliant. And best cheese scone in town!

Book Reader's Heaven: Elly Griffiths Continues Ruth Galloway Mysteries with The Outcast Dead and.

Norwich Train Station, UK

And the start of such exotic journeys as Norwich-Liverpool and Norwich-Acle.

A lovely old picture taken of Norwich, Oak Street, from 1935. Photo added by Izzi Johnson.

Norwich, Oak Street, Old houses, 1935

One of many reasons I love Norwich, it looks just as awesome in the rain. - @pixiwoos- #webstagram

One of many reasons I love Norwich, it looks just as awesome in the rain.

Bathhouse yard Norwich England.

Bathhouse yard Norwich England.

Plantation Garden-Norwich

Plantation Garden-Norwich

Haven't been here in a very long time, but enjoyed it very much.  http://www.tripadvisor.com/VacationRentals-g186342-Reviews-Norwich_Norfolk_East_Anglia_England-Vacation_Rentals.html

Elm Hill Norwich, Beautiful part of the city

Norwich by rail again!

Vintage UK Railway collections tips

Did i mention i want to live in Europe

Quaint curving streets (Norwich, Norfolk) Reminded me of Diagon Alley.

The Adam and Eve pub, Norwich, UK.  Built in 1249.  TWELVE-FORTY-NINE!

The Adam and Eve Pub, Norwich, UK, built in

Norwich Castle and Cathedral

Norwich Castle and Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral England, in this picture, the final resting place of Edith Cavell

Norwich Cathedral England, in this picture, the final resting place of Edith Cavell

Waggon and Horses Lane, Norwich,UK. Norwich has 32 medieval churches, more than any other town in the UK

Waggon and Horses Lane, Norwich,UK. Norwich has 32 medieval churches, more than any other town in the UK Setting of Candlehearth Hall, Elm Hill

Princess Street and St George church, Tombland, Norwich, England

Princess Street and St George church, Tombland, Norwich, England, UK

The Royal Arcade, Norwich. Designed by local architect George Skipper in 1899. The Royal Arcade runs from Gentleman's Walk to Back of the Inns.

The Royal Arcade, Norwich. Designed by local architect George Skipper in The Royal Arcade runs from Gentleman's Walk to Back of the Inns. Hartley in The Go-Between.

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