One of Norfolk's most iconic country pubs is being restored following a three-year closure. Reporter STUART ANDERSON visited the team breathing new life into Lord Nelson's old watering hole in Burnham Thorpe.
The ghostly light shed by a skeleton buried beneath the road at East Runton floats close to a cornmill whose cap was used by fishermen to guide them home.
For decades he has taken to the skies to capture breathtaking views of Norfolk, which many of us would otherwise never see.
A series of eerie images brings a light railway and demolished seafront train station back to life,
For 200 years, they have been an unmistakable presence in a village green - once an instrument of torture and then a nod to the traditions of yesteryear.