the wreck of the cromer express by j.e. connor
as the nineteenth century drew to a close, the north norfolk resort of cromer was becoming a fashionable venue for holiday makers and was attracting large crowds of visitors
the writer clement scott described it as "the perfect watering place" and stated in the daily telegraph that it was enticing "many a middle-class family tired of brighton, margate and the south generally"
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