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Land of the Broads

Ernest Richard Suffling (1855-1911)

1. Preface to 1st & 2nd Editions
2. Introductory
3. Preparations for the Trip
4. Yarmouth to Lowestoft
5. Lowestoft to Norwich
6. A Ramble through Norwich
7. Norwich to Yarmouth
8. Up the Bure to Acle Bridge
9. Acle to Aylsham
10. Up the Ant, to Barton and Stalham Broads
11. The Ant, to North Walsham and Cromer
12. Thurne Mouth, to Hickling, Martham, &c
13. Commissariat Depôts
14. The Broad District in Spring
15. The Broad District in Summer
16. The Broad District in Autumn
17. The Broad District in Winter
18. The Characteristics and Dialect of East Norfolk Natives
19. The Fish of the Broads, and how to Catch them

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The Broads area of Norfolk and Suffolk is in the East Anglian region of England. It is the location of Britain's third largest inland waterway system and largest protected wetland area. Many examples of rare flora and fauna are found only in this unique location which has also been designated as a national park.This book: The Land of the Broads, is a practical guide to the extensive but (at one time), little-known district of the Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk.Written (and now narrated) for the use of all who take an interest in one of the Quaintest and most Old-World parts of England, either from an Archaeological, Historical, Picturesque, or Sporting point of view.So, join me if you will, on another auditory cruise around these unique waterways through expansive landscapes under wide open skies.