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The East Coast holiday village of Mundesley grew rapidly when the Victorians brought visitors to the district by opening a railway in 1889. They came to Mundesley to sample the finest air in the country. The railway has long gone, but the fresh sea breezes off the North Sea remain as invigorating as ever. Mundesley today is a holiday resort with a wonderful sandy beach, considered one of the best in Norfolk, with safe swimming when the tide is out.

The village contains the Maritime Museum possibly one of the smallest museums in the country.

This was taken on a very sunny, hazy day in July during a weeks stay in Mundesley.

Now its getting colder, I needed a reminder of a warm, happy summer gone by!

Thanks for passing through.

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