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English: The end of the Chet, near to Loddon, Norfolk, Great Britain. This is the end of the navigational Chet at Loddon moorings. The Moorings on the right are free for 24 hours and on the left are private. The houses are built on the site of boat yards, when I was at first school in the nineties I remember them when feeding the ducks. When the boat trade moved else where luxury houses where built, transforming the view (For better or worse is debatable).
Date 30 January 2010
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52° 32′ 16.29″ N, 1° 28′ 54.56″ E

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