The flood of 11 September 1968
A severe depression and violent thunderstorms over a period of 24 hours, over an area stretching from Diss to Gorleston, resulted in a rainfall of 12cm (4.75 inches). Many roads in the area were flooded. The result in Loddon and Chedgrave can be seen below
Aerial view of the flood looking towards Chedgrave
A similar view showing the extent of the flood in Bridge Street.
Looking towards Chedgrave.
The road past the mill stays clear of the water.
Enterprise Garage inundated.
A lorry emerges from the flood.
The bus service continues despite the water.
The water runs past Saunder's Store.
Aston's boatyard - stranded on the boats!