River Bure :: Shared Description

The River Bure rises near Melton Constable, 11 miles upstream of Aylsham, which was the original head of navigation. Most of its length lies within the Norfolk Broads. Nowadays, the head of navigation is 10 miles downstream at Coltishall Bridge and it flows to Great Yarmouth where it meets Breydon Water and flows into the sea at Gorleston.
by David Dixon
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TG3017 : River Bure, Riverside Housing by David Dixon
TG3115 : River Bure 5mph Speed Limit by David Dixon
TG3017 : Marina on the River Bure at Wroxham by David Dixon
TG3117 : River Bure near Wroxham by David Dixon
TG3017 : River Bure by David Dixon
TG3117 : Thatched Housing, River Bure near Wroxham by David Dixon
TG3115 : River Bure, Entrance to Salhouse Little Broad by David Dixon
TG3018 : Wroxham by Richard Croft
TG3215 : River Bure, Entrance to Salhouse Broad by David Dixon
TG3216 : River Bure, Inlet near Decoy Cottages by David Dixon
TG3017 : Boatyard at Wroxham by David Dixon
TG3116 : River Bure, The Vintage Broadsman by David Dixon
TG3216 : River Bure, Near Sedge Fen by David Dixon
TG3017 : Bridge over an Inlet in the River Bure near Wroxham by David Dixon
TG3216 : Boathouse near Decoy Cottages by David Dixon
TG3017 : River Bure at Wroxham by David Dixon
TG3116 : Free Moorings on Wroxam Broad Island by David Dixon
TG3217 : River Bure, Hoveton Marshes by David Dixon
TG3115 : River Bure near Salhouse Broad by David Dixon
TG1630 : River Bure downstream of Blickling Mill by Christopher Hilton
TG3116 : River Bure at the Southern Entrance to Wroxham Broad by David Dixon
TG3017 : Thatched Summerhouse by the River Bure by David Dixon
TG1630 : Blickling Mill on the River Bure by Christopher Hilton
TG3115 : River Bure near to Salhouse by David Dixon
TG3018 : The River Bure at Wroxham by Jeff Buck

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Created: Mon, 9 Nov 2015, Updated: Mon, 9 Nov 2015

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