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CLXXXVIII. LONDON TO NORWICH, THROUGH IPSWICH, HAUGHLEY, AND

DISS, BY RAILWAY, 1131 Miles.

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ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

ON LEFT FROM LOND.
From Bishopsgate St.,

London, to
Line to North Wool- 1199 Stratford St. (p. 450). 31

Leave line to Camwich, 5 m. Westham.

bridge and Ely. 1087 Forest Gate St. 5 Epping Forrest. Little Ilford.

cr. river Roding.

Wanstead. (1063 Ilford St.

7

Valentines. Barking, 14 miles (see

Hainault Forest, lately p. 480).

disafforested, 1 m. 1014 ROMFORD St. (see p. 470). 12

Gidea Hall. Hornchurch, 14 m.

Hare Hall.
cr. small river Dagnam Park, Sir R.

S. Neave, Bart.
Ingerbourne.

S. Weald; and beyond, Thorndon Hall, Lord 954 BRENTWOOD St.

Weald Hall.

174 Petre (see p. 470)

(see p. 470).

Shenfield.
Hutton, and Hutton
Iall.
Mountnessing.

Fitzwalter.
Ingatestone Hall.
Buttsbury.
9011 Ingacestone St. 237 The Hyde.

Margaretting.

ON RIGHT FROM LOND.

From
Norwich.

From
London.

OX LEFT TROX LOND.

Coptfold Hall, and cr. river Wid, a Highlands.

feeder of the Chelmer. Moulsham Hall, Sir H. 847 CHELMSFORD St. (see p. 291 which was probably

Widford, at a near B. P. St John Mildmay,

471.) Bart.

Roman station, the CeSpringfield Lyons.

Viaduct across river saromagus of the ItaBoreham House, Sir

Chelmer.

nerary John T. Tyrell, Bart.

Springfield Place. Crix.

New Hall, 1 mile. Hatfieldbury, Hartfield Priory.

Terling Piace, Lord

Rayleigh, 2 m. Hatfield Peverell, 1 m. 757 Witham Junction St. 387

Witham Place; and Maldon, 54 m. distant Here the Maldon and

beyond, by railway, is situated

Faulkbourn

Hall. on the south side of the Baintree line crosses. river Blackwater, which

Braintree, 64 miles by below the town expands

1 mile beyond Witham, on railway. into a wide estuary. It the right, at the distance of

Rirenhall Place, 11 m. has several churches, and one mile, is Braxted Park, C. an old town-hall, and

du Cane, Esq. imports coal, iron, corn,

&c. It returns two M.P. 71% Kelvedon St. 411 Felix Hall, J. S. WesPop. 1851, 6888. (See

cr. river Blackwater.

tern, Esq. also p. 471.)

COGGESKALL, 2m. dis

tant, a small marketInworth.

town, on the river BlackEast Thorpe.

water. Pop. 1851, 8484.

Little Tey. Copford Place ; and beyond, Copford Lall. 671 Marks Tey Junction St. 461 Branch to Sudbury, Stanway.

114 miles (see p. 467.) Akcr. river Colne. Lexden House, and

Fordham, 2 miles. Lexden Park, J. Mills,

West Bergholt, 14 m. Esq.

Town of Colchester, 1 627 COLCHESTER St. mile (see p. 471.)

(See p. 471.) Ardleigh Park, 1} m. Great Bromley, 2 m. 58 Ardleigh St. 553Ardleigh Hall; 11 n.

distant, Hill House.

Dedham Grore, 1} ». Lawford Hall,

East Bergholt Mail, Mistley Hall,

MANNINGTREE St. 59 Sir R. Hughes, Bart. Brantham. To Harwich, 111 m.

(See p. 480.

West Lodge. Estuary of river Stour.

cr. river Stour, and Tattingstone Place, T.

enter Suffolk. S. Western, Esq.

Tattingstone Hall, now a farm-house.

51 Bentley Junction St. 621 Branch to HADLEIGE. Wherstead Lodge, W.

7 m., a small market Scrope, Esq.

town on the river Bret, Frestou, 11 mile; be.

formerly of more importyond, Wolverstone Hall,

ance than at present. and Chelmondiston, and,

Pop. 1851, 8338. on the opposite bank of Orwell, Orwell Park, G. Tomline, Esq.; and Nactopbroke Hall, Sir G. N. Broke, Bart.

Copdock.

511

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To Woodbridge, 8 m. 453 IPSWICH St. (p. 477).

68

Chauntry, Sir Fitzroy (see p. 478).

Kelly. Through short tunnel, Sproughton. Christ Church Park,

and along course of river W.C. Fonnereau, Esq.

Gipping.
Whitton.

421 Brandford St. 701
Follow river Gipping,

Bramford Hall; 3 m. which below the town of Ips

distant,Hintlesham Hall, wich bears the name of the J. H. L. Anstruther, Esq. Orwell, and at its mouth Somersham.

joins the Stour off Harwich. Little Blakenham. Claydon Hill. 401 Claydon St. 73

Great Blakenham. Barham. Shrubland Park, Sir W.

Bayleham. F. Fowle Middleton, Bt.

Darmsden. Bosmere Hall; –3 m. 867 NEEDHAM MARKET St. 764 Ashburnham; 2 miles

Barking Hall, Earl of beyond, Crowfield Hall; Needham Market is a small and 2 miles further Hel- market-town on the Gipping.

distant, Battisford Hall. mingham Hall, Earl of

Pop. 1353. Dysart.

Badley. Creeting.

Combs. Debenham, 8} m. dis-331 STOW MARKET St. 807 tant from Needham Mar

Finborough Hall. Stow Market is a well built ket, is a small market

town near the Gipping, which town on the river Deben.

has been rendered navigable Tott Hill. The church is old. Pop. from Ipswich to this place. 1667. One mile north of

The manufacture of sacking, Debenham is AspallHall,

Harleston, 2 miles. ropes, twine, and hempen C. Chevallier, Esq.; and 5 cloth, is carried on here, and miles to the north-east, it has a good market for barWorlingworth Hall, now ley. There are some hop a farm house.

plantations in the neighbour

hood. Pop. 1851, 3161. Old Newton. 31 Haughley Junction St. 827 Line to Bury St EdGipping Chapel.

monds, 12 miles. Cotton.

Bacton.
Wickham Skeith. 27} Finningham St. 86 Gislingham.
Thornham Hall, Lord
Henniker.
221 Mellis (Eye) St.

91 2 m. distant is Yaxley

Burgate; 2 miles beHall; and 1 m. further,

yond, Botesdale, a small the small town of Eye,

and decayed market which returns 1 M.P.

town. Pop. 683. (See p. (see p. 473); beyond,

cr. river Waveney, 469). Near Bottesdale Broome Hall, Sir É. C. and enter Norfolk. is Redgrave Hall, E. St Kerrison, Bart.

V. Wilson, Esq. Thrandeston.

Wortham. Palgrave.

Scole Inn or Osmon-19 DISS St. (see pp. 469 & 478). 941 Roydon. diston.

Winfarthing. Frenze.

Burston St. 97

Tibbenham; and 31 m. Gissing.

distant, New BuckenTivetshall.

ham (see p. 473.)

164

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CLXXXIX. NORWICH TO EAST DEREHAM, SWAFFHAM, AND LINN,

BY RAILWAY, 484 Miles.

ON RIGHT FROM NORW.

From
Lynn.

From
Norwich.

ON LEFT BOX XOBY.

16 mile.

481 From Norwich to

Leave railway to Tbet381 Crownthorpe.

Wymondham St. 104 ford, &c. Kimberley Hall, Lord

(pp. 486-7.)

Wicklewood. Wodehouse. 327!

Hardingham Hall, 11 Coston.

Hardingham St. Runhall.

cr.river Blackwater. Thuxton. Thuxton Hall.

Garveston Hall 284 Yaxham St. 20

Letton Hall, B. Gra

den, Esq. Branch to Fakenham, 261 EAST DEREHAM St. 22 Whinbergh. 127 miles (see p. 461);

(see p. 474.)
4 miles distant, on this
branch, is Elmham Hall
and Park, Lord Sondes.

Quebec Castle, Dear
E. Dereham, and in the
distance, Bylaugh Hall, 224 Wendling St. 26
E. Lombe, Esq.
Beeston.

194 Fransham St. 29 Great Dunham.

3 m. distant is Castle 181 Little Dunham St. 301 Dunham Lodge. Acre, at which was formerly a strong fortress, said to have covered 18 acres (see p. 461.)

Wolverton Place. 145

SWAFFHAM St. 341| Necton Hall, 2 miles. Swaftham, a market-town, Cockley Cley, 4 m.

standing on high ground, and near it, Cley Hall At Narborough, Ro- and considered very salubri- E. A. Applethwait, Est man remains have been ous. It has a large ancient To Brandon, by rosd found.

church having some curious | 16 mlies.

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From
Norwich.

ON LEFT FROM NORW.

461.)

monuments and a carved
roof. Races are annually
held on the adjacent heath. Beechamwell, 3 miles.

Pop. 1851, 3858 (See also p.
Narburgh Hall, A.
Fountaine, Esq; beyond, 83 Narburgh St. 401
Narford Hall.

cr. river Nar.

7 Bilney St. 411 Pentney. Gayton Hall, 2 miles.

Bilney Lodge, 1 mile. 5 East Winch St. 431| Winch Hall.

3

Middleton St.

Mintlyn.

454 Middleton, 1 mile.

N. Runcton, 2 miles,

D. Gurney, Esq.; and 484 beyond, West Winch.

LYNN St. (p. 457).

CXC. NORWICH TO ELY, PETERBOROUGH, AND LEICESTER, BY RAILWAY,

137 Miles.

ON RIGHT PROM NORW.

From
Leicest.

From
Norwich

ON LEYT FROM NORW.

137 From NORWICH by
Brandon and Thetford,
to

Line to Cambridge
Line to Downham and 837 ELY (as in pp. 485, 486, and 537
Lynn.

487.)

and London. Thence, by March, to 53 PETERBOROUGÚ. 84 Line to Blisworth, on (as in pp. 451-2).

London and North

Western Railway.
From Peterborough to
LEICESTER (pp. 482-3). 137

CXCI. LONDON TO NEWMARKET, BY RAILWAY, 69 Miles.

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