A view looking north along Bridge Street showing Greenland Fishery House to the left foreground

Date:
Jan 1957
Location:
Greenland Fishery House, Bridge Street, Kings Lynn, King's Lynn And West Norfolk, Norfolk
Reference:
GOM01/05/063/14
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Description

Built in 1605, Greenland Fishery House is believed to be one of the last timber framed buildings in Lynn. Over the last 400 years it has served as residential home, public house (Waterman's Arms; Fisherman's Arms and The Greenland Fishery), museum and commercial property.

Content

This is part of the Volume: GOM01/05/063 A packet of 35mm strip negatives including views around King's Lynn and Terrington St Clement, Norfolk; within the Series: GOM01/05 Andor Gomme Collection: 35mm strip negatives; within the Collection: GOM01 Andor Gomme collection

Rights

Source: Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Photographer: Gomme, Andor

Keywords

Stuart Timber Framed Building, Stuart Timber Framed House, Museum, Public House