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Blakeney Point Wreck of The Yankee Norfolk Blakeney Point Wreck of The Yankee Norfolk

Blakeney is a coastal village and lies within the Norfolk's coast area of outstanding natural beauty and the north Norfolk heritage coast. Blakeney Point is one of the largest expanses of undeveloped coastal habitat in Europe. It is most famous for its large colony of Grey and common seals which congregate out on the tip of the point. It became Norfolk's first nature reserve when it was taken over by the National Trust in 1912 .

Photographer: Ernie Janes
Model Release: No
Propert Release: No

Keywords:
Rural, Protected, ANOB, Holiday, Resort, Tourist, Working, Harbour, Tide, Marshes, Birdwatching, wreck, old, rotting, hulk, landscape


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