A new book that looks at life and some of the changes and developments of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads and Rivers over the last two hundred years with accounts from those who were there at the time
Chapters include A Visit To The Broads in the 1830s, the coming of the railways, books and articles promoting Broadland, boats and wherries, the excitement of photography, life of the locals, wildfowling, birds and nature, expansion in the 1920s and 1930s, wartime, discovery of the Broads being man-made, coming and going of the coypu, developments in the 1950s and 1960s, new boats, farming, reed and sedge cutting, Under New Management in the 1980s and 1990s, and Another New Century leading up to 2018.
A Look Back At The Broads
A4 size, 337 pages with 440 black & white and 293 colour illustrations
available from The City Bookshop, Davey Place, Norwich
or direct from www.localeastanglianbooks.com including postage (UK only)