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Ryburgh Yesterday from your photo albums Volume 2
More photos from the recent and not so recent past

A Farmers Foundry Tumbril
The ongoing restoration of a derelict piece of farm machinery
Open A Farmers Foundry Tumbril

An appreciation of Foundry Worker Herbert Waters by Percy Ellison
A letter preserved in the the Scrap books of Eric and Jean Pilch

Emigration from Ryburgh
This page is started to try to find out more about individuals and families who emigrated or who were forcibly emigrated during theC19

Farmers Foundry Products
A photographic record of artefacts from the Ryburgh Farmers Foundry

Hector Middleton and the Foundry
A transcript of a conversation with David Howe c 1970

My Life.........My Memories by Ann Roy
Memories of growing up in Great Ryburgh before the Second World War reproduced from the privately publish book written by the late Ann Roy

Percy Everitt in Court
Percy Everitt's private life seems to have been as eventful as was his working life as seen in these newspaper cuttings from July 1886

Percy Who?
Nic Costa's 1983 article about Percy Everitt

Ryburgh and the 1875 Norfolk and Norwich Hospital murders
The full story behind the new William Martin Building

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