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Halesworth

October 28th, 2010 by
Categories: Suffolk Towns A-Z

Typical Suffolk market town with a host of shops along The Thoroughfare. The town has a long history with the brewing industry, malting and agriculture.

The market place boasts some of the town’s finest and most historical buildings. Worthy of a visit is the town railway station with its unique “movable” platform and now home to a museum.

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