Product images of Cromer Beach, Norfolk
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Cromer Beach, Norfolk
Cromer was originally a fishing village, and is still famous for the crabs caught there today. The pier that can be seen on the left of this view was completed in 1901. It still hosts end-of-pier entertainments every summer.
Francis Frith & Co.
- Image reference: G02972
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London