Norfolk Victorian Seasides & Fishing Villages
- Blakeney

At the end of the 19th century Blakeney was not a seaside resort but a working fishing village and port. With the harbour accessable via the channel to packet ships trade continued with both London and Hull. However, in the 20th century ships became too large for the the channel and it was allowed to silt up so that today only small craft can reach the harbour from the sea.

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