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Ebridge Mill 1930 - North Walsham Photograph

Ebridge Mill 1930

(1930 / North Walsham, Norfolk)

Ebridge Mill, photographed here about 1930, is thought to be one of the two North Walsham mills mentioned in Domesday Book and was called Everbupes Watermill in Henry VIII's reign. When the North Walsham-Dilham Canal opened, it received the first delivery by wherry, watched by 'thousands of spectators', shortly before the official opening in 1826.

Photograph. Ebridge Mill 1930 (North Walsham Archive).

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