Journal reader shares old photos with ‘on the water’ theme

Beccles, Geldeston Locks. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller

Beccles, Geldeston Locks. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller - Credit: Courtesy of Peter Waller

This selection of photos with an 'on the water' theme have been sent in by Journal reader Peter Waller.

Beccles swimming place, 1910. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller

Beccles swimming place, 1910. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller - Credit: Courtesy of Peter Waller

They include shots of Geldeson Locks, Lowestoft's quay and the busy fish market.

We would love to see more of your old photographs, so take a look back through your albums and share your favourites with us.

Boating lake, late 1950's. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller

Boating lake, late 1950's. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller - Credit: Courtesy of Peter Waller

You can upload them on our Lowestoft and Beccles Remembers Facebook group, which was launched a few months ago, or email lowestoft.journal@archant.co.uk

The Facebook group is in association with the Lowestoft Journal and the Beccles and Bungay Journal, and is a place where everyone is invited to share memories of days gone by.

Lowestoft fish market 1905. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller

Lowestoft fish market 1905. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller - Credit: Courtesy of Peter Waller


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To find our page simply visit Facebook and search 'Lowestoft & Beccles Remembers'.

When posting your photos please include as much information as you can, and if you don't know you can ask fellow members to help you out!

By the Quay in Lowestoft. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller

By the Quay in Lowestoft. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Waller - Credit: Courtesy of Peter Waller

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