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What it used to look like.

A cyclist on a ride from Colchester arrives at Harwich Low Lighthouse; looking out over the harbour towards Felixstowe.

Local lad makes good. Well known as a Tudor churchman and statesman, this sculpture of Wolsey reminds us of the great man's pedagogic sensibilities, as well as his love of cats. … [more]

The beach at Felixstowe getting some serious hammer on a glorious day in early August.

Statue of a man pointing at a bicycle.

flooding in the tunnel

Encountering some traffic along NCR 51, while passing through some very pretty grazing land. The pathway is fairly high quality, seems to be newer in the eastern section than the western part. The entrances to the path on either side are … [more]

Improbably, an erstwhile outpost of London’s north-west railway network, where, according to the poet John Betjeman: "Grass triumphs. And I must say I’m rather glad". Maybe he would have been more approving of ncn 51 that this westbound … [more]

NCR51 towards Sandy near Willington and the Danish Camp cafe. Fabulously flat and traffic free riding - great for the young ones!

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