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The Norfolk Broads
Description: Pleasure crafts and sailing vessels travel on the picturesque Norfolk Broads in England.

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Clip #: TFA-263A
Length: 9:39
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: Europe
Country: England
Subject: Rivers
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950ís, England, the Broads, Norfolk Broads, sailing, pleasure crafts, sailboats, yachts, motorboats, luggers, people on holiday, family washing out dishes and eating on sailboat deck, people mopping sailboat deck, sailboats and small boats traveling on river, Reedham Ferry, cattle grazing along banks of the Broads, ships, deep sea vessels, yacht, Oulton Broad Yacht Station, men fishing off pier, Salhouse Broad, adults and children rowing, children swimming, playing in water and lying on float tubes, swan swimming nearby, man diving into water from boat and swimming, woman and man helping swimmer climb back into boat, young women and men on deck, man steering boat, smiling girl, Horning, harbor, shore, young women in swimsuits on boat ride, windmills along river, people on moored boat, man adjusting sail on boat, sailboats, motorboats, boat pov traveling on winding river, sails of boats in distance that appear to be sailing on dry land, Wroxham Broad, Norfolk Broads Yacht Club, dinghy racing, spectators watching race, boats traveling on tree lined river, silhouettes of trees at sunset


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