Further details have emerged after crews were seen filming across the county for an upcoming World War Two film.

Crews were spotted in King Street near Carrow Road filming scenes for the production from October Films.

Members from the Norfolk military vehicle group were approached to supply props including tanks, tents and war memorabilia.

Eastern Daily Press: Filming in King StreetFilming in King Street (Image: Newsquest)

The production will focus on the experience of ethnic minorities during the war, with footage from King Street depicting the K6 unit, which was a detachment of the Royal Indian Army Service Corps that used mules to deliver supplies to the front lines.

Scenes filmed on Winterton Beach are said to focus on American soldiers' experiences while fighting the Pacific War.

An image was taken on Sunday at the nearby Hemsby Lifeboat Station of a military vehicle in a fenced-off area in preparation for filming. 

Eastern Daily Press: The tank spotted at Hemsby Lifeboat StationThe tank spotted at Hemsby Lifeboat Station (Image: John Hayden)

October Films specialises in documentaries and has offices in London, New York and Los Angeles. 

The name of the documentary and streaming service it will be broadcast on has not yet been revealed.