July 24 2014 Latest news:
The network of familiar and cherished railway stations that crossed our Eastern Counties was fatally disrupted in the late 1950s and early 60s by the progressive closure of many branch lines and stations. EDP photographers have captured the pathos of closed waiting rooms, torn-up track and ticketless booking offices - and also, in some cases, the chance of renewed life for some station buildings which were being converted into homes.
Acclaimed nature photographers David Tipling and Steve Plume pass on their tips for perfect pictures.
The First World War poster which features war minister Lord Kitchener and the slogan ‘Your country needs YOU’ has been turned into a 12-acre maze incorporating one million maize plants and 60,000 poppies.
We continue our story of Norwich speedway by looking back to the start of the 1950s and the arrival of Fred Evans, the former manager of arch rivals Hackney Wick Wolves. And how those London teams looked down on their country cousins.
As the 98th Norwich and District Photographic Society Annual Exhibition begins today, Trevor Heaton previews some of the spectacular images on display.