There's a poster for Isobel's play near the bins

There's a poster for Isobel's play near the bins

Bailey's Fish and Chips - once a regular haunt

Grand house on Mount Street

Another nice house on Mount Street

A very fancy Georgian pad near the Saracen's Head

Browne's and the former Midland (now HSBC) Bank

1840s stained glass in St. Mary the Virgin, Diss

Another nice stained-glass window in St. Mary's

The 1857 resurrection nave window of St. Mary

A mediaeval tableau of the Ten Commandments

The light and airy nave of St. Mary's, Diss

The derelict Christpher Hall and Diss Tandoori

Diss Tandoori is closed up and derelict

A pigeon sits in a hole in a wall

The former Cherry Tree on Roydon Road

A papered-up window in Christopher Hall

There's traffic chaos on St. Nicholas Street

The former Temperance Hotel, now Happy Palace

The new-ish park and boardwalk

Arches of the 1800s Grasmere Lodge remain

A fluffy duckling pootles after its mother

A nice illustration of Diss

The bins of Draper's Row, near the back of Browne's

The former Candies clothes and shoe shop

Diss Market Place and the fruit stall

Diss Museum on the Market Place

The Mere is pretty full at the moment

The Keyhole jewellery place is closing down

The old White Horse is now an anonymous house

Fancy supports on the Saracen's Head

Part of Fred and Harry's Lego people collection