Kings Lynn

Up Kings Lynn Harbour Kings Lynn Buildings Doors & Alleys Greyfriars Tower Library South Gate The Walks

 

 

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Picture of LL Model Name Original Town Visit LL Ref. Dates Actual Location Grid Ref. IoE
The Custom House Kings Lynn Tourist Information Centre

Tel: 01553 763 044

  April 07 The Customs House

Purfleet Quay

PE30 1HP
 

N52.7539 E0.3935 384240
Greyfriars Tower Kings Lynn In public park so probably access. Under repair 8/2005 L2814   On corner of St James' Street and London Road (opposite police station)    
Flying Scotsman at Kings Lynn At NRM York            
The Greenland Fisheries Kings Lynn Office rental   Oct 13 Greenland Fishery House
28-30 Bridge Street
PE30 5AB
N52.7500 W0.3970 384073

BLB

Kings Lynn Library Kings Lynn Library . Oct 11 Kings Lynn Library

THE CARNEGIE LIBRARY

London Road (A 148)

 PE30 5EZ

N52.7509 E0.4000 384269   BLB
Red Mount, Kings Lynn Kings Lynn Chapel open to public   Oct 10 Red Mount Chapel

The Walks, St James Park

  384331

BLB

Red Mount in Winter
  South Gate  Kings Lynn . . Oct 09 South Gate

London Road

.N57.7453 E0.4014 .384203
South Gate at Christmas
St Nicholas Chapel Kings Lynn Services, concerts, exhibitions and workshops.   Late 14 Chapel of St Nicholas
St Anne's Street

PE30 1LT
N52.7575 E0.3970 384263   BLB
Pilgrimage Trail    Bryan Howling's Tour   Tour Norfolk

Lilliput Lane's "Gaywood Clock" is based on Gaywood Clock Tower, Lynn Road, Gaywood,, PE30 4PR [N52.75652, E0.41841]   {Info from Mike and Jan Tarrant}

Frith


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The South Gate is the way into the town from the A10 Red Mount Chapel in St James Park
I visited Kings Lynn on Aug 4, 2005 primarily to see Greyfriars Tower and  enjoyed the harbour area..............
.....and numerous old buildings...... ....which included old doors and narrow alleyways.
Suggested walk to see 3 LL Originals. I parked in  County Court Road

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