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Sir Adrian Boult at Hingham church, 1962 (Down Memory Lane, October 2). The orchestra he is conducting is the London Philharmonic, not the Royal Philharmonic as stated. 2. In my feature on Wells and Hunstanton (From our Archives, October 8), Joseph and Ruby Helm of Ingoldisthorpe, were spotted by their daughter out shopping in Hunstanton in 1986. Barges and tugs. Pictured: Auxiliary sailing barge Will arrives at King's vintage louis vuitton briefcase ebay Lynn. Date 23 aug 1986. Photo: EDP Library 3. The Will sailing barge (FOA, Oct 15). Dick Melton writes that she was originally named the Will Everard and was built in 1925 by Fellows of Yarmouth for T Everard Sons of Greenhithe, Kent. She was a mule rigged barge with brown sails 100 feet long and had a crew of three. The barge used to load grain at King's Lynn. In 1966 she was sold for 750 to a new owner who changed her name to the Will and in 2004 she was sold again to a company called "Top Sail Events" for private charter work. Bomb Disposal Unit clears war time mines on Trimingham Beach. The unit comprised of an Officer, Warrant Officer, six men, ten British civilians and seven German ex prisoners of war Bruce Hogg on right. The other two men were not soldiers but set up the scene for the photographe. Dated 30 October 1953 4. Bruce louis vuitton shoes making Hogg recognised himself in my picture of the Trimingham minefield (DML, October 28). He was a sergeant in the Royal Engineers and is seen on the right. He went on to become Norfolk's Chief Fire Officer, retiring in 1989. The photo was staged close to the bomb disposal team's reception area as our photographer wasn't permitted to go into the minefield. A total of 26 Royal Engineers died clearing mines from Norfolk's beaches, the last two in May, 1953. Orford Place dated 1953. Photo: EDP Library 5. My picture of the hole on Orford Place, Norwich in 1953 (DML, October 26) prompted Richard Sendall to email me his detailed recollections of the roads and bus routes in that busy part of Norwich. He also recounted how an older colleague who had been frequenting the NAAFI club (now Marks Spencer's) subsequently climbed down into the hole and attempted to swim across the water tank without being caught. The legendary scene of the martyrdom of St Edmund, Hoxne, on the Suffolk border, is a beautiful village of timbered and thatched houses and shady elms, with the grey tower of its 15th century church rising above red roofs. Dated 17 jun 1967. Photo: EDP Library 6. My picture of a gentleman strolling through Hoxne (DML, November 2) prompted two readers to get in touch. He has been identified as either William Brown (by his daughter Charlotte who still lives in the village) or as Wilfred Baldwin by his grandson David. On the left foreground is the garden of the Swan public house where the gentleman may have been heading. New Holkham methodist church dated Nov 1956. Photo: EDP Library 7. New Holkham's Granary Chapel (DML, November 4). Reader David Yarham emailed to say that both his father and grandfather had been superintendants of the Sunday school. The building is still used as a chapel with services once a month, an annual carol service and Christmas Eve carol singing round local farms. Hairdressers and barbers. Pictured: Enzo hairdresser. Date: 30 jul 1976. Photo: EDP Library 8. Hairdresser Enzo Casale (FOA, November 5). Ottavio Casale confirmed that his father is still working as a barber in St Vedast Street, Norwich, and Ottavio and his sister are hairdressing at the family salon on Aylsham Road. Weights and measures. Pictured: JJ Colman's weights and measure dept. John Watson later of Electricity Board is in the foreground. Date: 1963. Photo: EDP Library 9. Weights and measures (FOA, November 26). Reader John Watson recognised his younger self louis vuitton purses craigslist in the foreground of my photo taken in 1953 at J Colman. John went on to a career with the Electricity Board. Weights and measures. Pictured: Deputy Chief Inspector Mr RA Abbott with apothecaries' weights. Date: 12 11 1955. Photo: EDP Library 10.
Mr RA Abbott, deputy chief inspector, weights and measures, (FOA, November 26). John Thirtle wrote to point out that in 1955 the Weights and Measures building was actually an adjunct to the pre war County Offices on Thorpe Road, opposite the main county offices and sharing space for a time with the louis vuitton bags wholesale price county library. Before that the staff were based in an antiquated building in Tombland and in the 1960s they moved to the newly built County Hall.
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