Southwold and Sizewell: Black and Whites, Suffolk - 1992

A few black-and-whites from Southwold and Sizewell in Suffolk - the latter taken during the construction of Sizewell "B" - Britain's first, and controversial, Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR).

next album: May Miscellany: Clays at Calais, Plymouth and A Night in the Swan - May 1993
previous album: Stuston Cider Making (B&W) - 1992

Derelict fishermen's huts on the river at Southwold

A decaying fishing boat, Southwold

More derelict fishing huts, and discarded nets

A tangle of boats and nets

Gently rotting away: a Yarmouth-registered wooden fishing boat

Stormy seas and groynes

Having been to the newly-restored Southwold Pier several times in recent years, it's interesting to see it in its derelict state

Beach huts on the sea-front

Sizewell Power Station. The sea around the outfall is nice and warm

Sizewell B construction site - the reactor's golf-ball cover takes shape

Badminton chum Crispie's husband's boat, the Linda M

The groynes and the derelict Southwold Pier

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Derelict fishermen's huts on the river at Southwold