Billingford, Norfolk :: Shared Description

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Billingford is the name of two places in Norfolk, England:



Billingford, South Norfolk, village in the parish of Dickleburgh and Rushall and the location of the Billingford Windmill

Billingford, Breckland, village and civil parish

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TM1678 : Footpath to the A143 Bungay Road & entrance of Hall Farm by Geographer
TM1678 : River Waveney at Billingford Bridge by Geographer
TM1678 : Weir at Billingford Bridge by Geographer
TM1678 : Billingford Bridge on Low Road by Geographer
TM1678 : Telephone Box & Horseshoes Postbox by Geographer
TM1678 : The Horseshoes Public House sign by Geographer
TM1678 : The Horseshoes Public House, Billingford by Geographer
TM1578 : Footpath off Bungay Road by Geographer
TM1678 : Entering Billingford on the A143 Bungay Road by Geographer
TM1678 : Low Road, Oakley by Geographer
TM1678 : River Waveney at Billingford Bridge by Geographer
TM1678 : Low Road, Billingford by Geographer
TM1678 : Billingford Windmill by Geographer
TM1678 : Former George V Postbox at the Old Post Office by Geographer
TM1678 : Lower Street sign by Geographer
TM1678 : The Old Post Office, Billingford by Geographer
TM1678 : Pumping Station by Geographer
TM1679 : Restricted Byway to Kiln Lane by Geographer
TM1778 : A143 Bungay Road, Billingford by Geographer
TM1679 : Footpath to the A143 Bungay Road by Geographer
TM1678 : At the junction with the A143 Bungay Road by Geographer
TM1678 : Low Road,  Billingford by Geographer
TM1678 : Roadsigns on the A143 Bungay Road by Geographer
TM1678 : The Horseshoes Public House, Billingford by Geographer
TM1678 : The Horseshoes Public House by Geographer

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