On the return to Lynn of a large Whaler, after an Arctic voyage From The Lynn Advertiser, 1872
As is generally known, in that day (c.1820) there were what were … Read More
It’s a cemetery
It’s a Library….
It’s about Shipbuilding, Nelson’s Fllet, Friar’s Fleet, the Blubber Houses, Royal Yards aloft… And all that
South Lynn boatyardshttps://goo.gl/maps/45M4RrvgrZhBQS9X9
it’s a map
Boal Quay is formed of a loop in the River Nar, a tributary off the River Great Ouse, on the south side of King’s Lynn in … Read More
William Atkin, Mayor of King’s Lynn. Image: Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk
John Atkin’s name is on a blue plaque outside the Greenland Fishery … Read More
Steve Worfolk’s map of The Friar’s 1905
Drawn in 2001, shows the river Nar and it’s environs, as it probably was, with his family’s boat yard, the Blubber House and … Read More
Jon, Flossie, Vickie and our visiting Tavern maid
On 15th September, as happens every year, the Greenland Fishery opened its doors to the World.
Find The Greenland Fishery in King's Lynn