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  1. #1
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    Default Yesterday on the East Coast

    Just got back from seeing the new film 'Yesterday'.
    Apart from it being a really entertaining film, there are plenty of views of familiar places. A long scene at the pub at Ramsholt, shots of Woodbridge, Great Yarmouth and Gorlestone (I presume) and near the end, the Ore river entrance and the old CG cottages there. The Weir and Oxley buoys were there, I checked.
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    Default Re: Yesterday on the East Coast

    Enjoyed the film in the Netherlands a few days ago. Nice to see the old sailing ground from the new!

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    Default Re: Yesterday on the East Coast

    weir buoy.jpgI motor sailed very slowly in past the weir buoy last week having arrived off the entrance to early

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    Default Re: Yesterday on the East Coast

    The “recording studio” is Buckenham Station near Brundall. Nice film.
    Harwich for the Continent - Brexit For the Incontinent . Sadler 290

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    Default Re: Yesterday on the East Coast

    Saw it through Meerkat Movies on Wednesday... Loved it, particularly with all the local content including the Ramsholt Arms...
    Larry Botheras

    Colvic Victor 35 "Gladys"

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