Misc

Field Fire, 18 September 2010

These photographs were taken on 2010-9-18 at the field surrounding Happisburgh Lighthouse during a field fire. The fire appliance in the image is from North Walsham Station. Other stations in attendance were Stalham & Wroxham, plus Norfolk Police.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Field Fire, 18 September 2010

These photographs were taken on 2010-9-18 at the field surrounding Happisburgh Lighthouse during a field fire. The fire appliance in the image is from North Walsham Station. Other stations in attendance were Stalham & Wroxham, plus Norfolk Police.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Field Fire, 18 September 2010

These photographs were taken on 2010-9-18 at the field surrounding Happisburgh Lighthouse during a field fire. The fire appliance in the image is from North Walsham Station. Other stations in attendance were Stalham & Wroxham, plus Norfolk Police.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Field Fire, 18 September 2010

These photographs were taken on 2010-9-18 at the field surrounding Happisburgh Lighthouse during a field fire. The fire appliance in the image is from North Walsham Station. Other stations in attendance were Stalham & Wroxham, plus Norfolk Police.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Field Fire, 18 September 2010

These photographs were taken on 2010-9-18 at the field surrounding Happisburgh Lighthouse during a field fire. The fire appliance in the image is from North Walsham Station. Other stations in attendance were Stalham & Wroxham, plus Norfolk Police.

Paul Lilley
http://www.digitalshot.co.uk

Chain Home Low mast

An AMES type 2 Chain Home Low radar station similar to the one based at Happisburgh during the war.

HMS Invincible

HMS Invincible, a Third Rate 74 gun, who sailed out of Yarmouth in March 1801 to join the Baltic Fleet under Admiral Sir Hyde Parker with Lord Nelson Second in Command, shortly before the Battle of Copenhagen. A strong tide and fresh wind forced her off course, and she struck Hammonds Knoll, a sandbank just east of Haisbro Sand. The crew laboured all night to save her, cutting away the masts and pumping continuously, but at daybreak on 17th March she went down.

Coastguard cliff training, September 2004

Coastguard drill

Horse drawn plough