New Buckenham Archive
Marsh Lane, other than Old Village Hall
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View of John Birdís pig farm as seen from Corner Cottage Corner Cottage opposite pig farm entrance Derelict pig farm buildings before demolition in 2008 Outbuildings at rear of Corner Cottage now mainly replaced by fencing. 2006 Reg Mackrellís garage. Now site of Gentian Cottage Garage for Bakehouse Cottage in central Marsh Lane formally used as a garage business behind Midhurst (King Street). Flash flood affecting Marsh Lane. June 2009 1973 1983 Marsh Lane outbuilding for Bailey (King Street) Restoration of former chapel. 1983 Thatched cottage in east corner of Marsh Lane. 1983 (photo: Anthony Rossi RIBA) Cottage in eastern part of Marsh Lane formally occupied by Albert (Narborough) Cooper Eastern part of Marsh Lane looking northward towards Queen Street and St. Martinís Church. Shows back of Tudor Cottage and garden of  Albert Cooperís cottage (see above) on left. Early 1980s For a detailed account of a boy growing up in Marsh Lane during the post-war years click here
Front of (now) Lawn Cottage on immediate right and (now) Tanyard Cottage. Mid 1950s
Jimmy Ayton from Attleborough delivering newspapers. Town Houses in background. About mid 1950s