TM2481 : Bridge over the sluice at Weybread water mill site

taken 6 months ago, near to Harleston, Norfolk, Great Britain

Bridge over the sluice at Weybread water mill site
Bridge over the sluice at Weybread water mill site
Weybread watermill stood near this spot on the Norfolk side of the River Waveney until the mill's life came to an abrupt end when it was burnt down on the evening of Friday 6th February 1920. Nothing remains of the mill itself but the installations in the watercourse remain as a reminder of the past.
River Waveney

The River Waveney forms the boundary between Suffolk and Norfolk. It rises at Redgrave Fen and flows in an easterly direction though the towns of Diss, Bungay (the head of navigation) and Beccles. There is a weir at Billingford, shortly after the River Dove, flowing northwards from Eye, joins the Waveney on the southern bank. The Waveney passes round Bungay and on to Beccles. Having skirted past Oulton Broad it passes through Somerleyton and Hadiscoe before merging with the Yare in Breydon Water.

Suffolk Rivers

Suffolk has twenty rivers worthy of the name. The River Waveney and the River Little Ouse form the boundary between Norfolk and Suffolk. The River Stour does the same for Suffolk and Essex. The Alde, the Blyth, the Deben are the main rivers and the others are tributaries or affluents of these. Among the names of these are the Gipping, the Box, the Lark, the Dove, the Snail and the Rat.
Other rivers and tributaries are the Minsmere, Fromus, Mill, Ore, Chad, Fynn, Kirton Creek, and Shottisham Creek, Belstead Brook, the Black Bourne, Eriswell Lode, Polstead Stream and Hol Brook. Edited by Adrian S. Pye

Norfolk Rivers

Norfolk has nearly 40 rivers and becks as well as the Norfolk Broads. The primary rivers are the River Waveney which with the River Little Ouse create the boundary between Norfolk and Suffolk. The Yare rises south of Dereham and runs into Breydon Water and discharges into the North Sea at Great Yarmouth. The River Wensum is a tributary of the River Yare, despite being the larger of the two rivers. The River Bure rises near Melton Constable, flows as far as through Runham and Great Yarmouth where it meets Breydon Water and flows into the sea at Gorleston. The River Great Ouse only enters Norfolk at Brandon Creek, Norfolk. The River Tud has its source just south of East Dereham and it flows in an easterly direction for 27 kilometres (17 mi) to its confluence with the Wensum below Hellesdon mill. The River Nar is a  tributary of the River Great Ouse. It rises at Mileham  in Norfolk and flows 15 miles west through Castle Acre and Narborough (the latter giving the Nar its name), joining the Ouse at King's Lynn. The River Chet at Loddon Marina.

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Date Taken
Wednesday, 28 April, 2021   (more nearby)
Friday, 30 April, 2021
Geographical Context
Rivers, Streams, Drainage  Water resources 
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Subject Location
OSGB36: geotagged! TM 24067 81939 [1m precision]
WGS84: 52:23.3757N 1:17.4886E
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OSGB36: geotagged! TM 2405 8195
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Southeast (about 135 degrees)
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River Waveney  Weybread Watermill 

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