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Archive photographs showcase Norfolk’s many churches from 1950s onwards

PUBLISHED: 11:10 08 July 2017 | UPDATED: 11:10 08 July 2017

Stiffkey Church. Picture: Archant Library

Stiffkey Church. Picture: Archant Library

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They are some of the oldest and most treasured building’s in our county.

Mattishall church and the village sign. Picture: Archant LibraryMattishall church and the village sign. Picture: Archant Library

And as these archive photos show, almost no two churches look the same.

Images from the EDP and Dereham Times archives reveal how the buildings appeared from as far back as the 1950s in Norfolk.

They include a photograph St Andrews church in Great Ryburgh from 1958, and Stiffkey Church from 1957.

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