10 locations on the Angles Way from Great Yarmouth through to Geldeston Lock with poet Dean Parkin produced in association with The Broads Authority and funded by the Heritage Fund.
Points of interest & podcasts
1. Great Yarmouth Station.
Gateway to this historic port since 1844
2. Great Yarmouth Haven Bridge.
The quay that Daniel Defoe compared with Marseilles
3. Burgh Castle.
A Roman fort of the Saxon shore
Section 1 - Great Yarmouth to Burgh Castle
Section 2 - Burgh Castle to Somerleyton
4. Ashby Church.
Rare architecture that is well-known in the Norfolk & Suffolk Broads.
5. Herringfleet Smock Mill.
The last surviving ‘smock’ mill.
6. Somerleyton Brick Works.
Home to the building blocks of the railway age.
Section 3 - Somerleyton to Carlton Marshes
7. Oulton Broad.
Where The Broads meet the sea.
8. Carlton Marshes.
1,000 acres of wilderness
Section 4 - Carlton Marshes to Geldeston
Georgian splendour in a Saxon port
10. Geldeston Lock.
Remnant of 17th century canal mania