Rings from the Thetford Hoard, a hoard of Romano-British metalwork from the mid-to-late 4th century AD found near Thetford in Norfolk, England. [2915 × 2002]
Snow Covered Elmwood Cemetery In Norfolk, VA On December 26, 2010
USS Alabama (BB-60) launching, at the Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia, 16 February 1942 [4555 x 5670]
Pine Ridge Pet Cemetery, Dedham, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA
USS Spadefish (SSN-668) undergoes repair work on board Resolute (AFDM-10) at Naval Station Norfolk by John Charles Roach [ART] [1724×1141]
Elmwood Cemetery In Norfolk, VA. [1536×2048]
USS Missouri (BB-63) in drydock at Norfolk Navy Yard, Norfolk, Virginia. Shown: Bow of ship. Photographed: November-December 1949. [2198 x 2822]
Cromer Church, Norfolk.
Misty morning at wells next the sea Norfolk UK (3872×2592)(OC)
Norfolk, VA. A little graveyard humor? [OC]
Blickling Hall, Norfolk, UK. (Photo credit: “What Kate Did Next”)
Ice Age Mammal fossils – beach finds from Norfolk, UK. Includes mammoth scapula and Irish Elk femur.
USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77) sits dry-docked at Norfolk Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, Va., March 19, 2019. [4523 × 3015]
A derelict petrol pump, which sits outside a long-abandoned petrol station in the village of Setchey, Norfolk. By Lewis Collard. [OS][2400 x 1596]
The Great Torc from Snettisham in Norfolk, East Anglia. England, 1st century BC. [2808 × 1548]
Abandoned RAF barracks, Norfolk, England. Fujifilm superia xtra 400. Taken by myself
Los Angeles-class submarine in dry dock, Naval Station Norfolk, 1984. [3000×2052]
Golden coins hidden in a cow bone, Gaul 1st c. BCE.[1280×854]. Made by Ambiani tribe of Gaul in what is now Northern France. The Ambiani fought against Julius Caesar’s Roman army. Found in Norfolk in August 2003.
I kicked a stone over on a beach in Norfolk, UK, to find this. I wasnt even looking for fossils.
St. Barnabas Chapel, Norfolk Island [1564×1152]
Colonna’s Shipyard on the Elizabeth River, Norfolk, Virginia [4275×2850]
U.S. Navy Yard Dry Dock No. 4 under construction, Norfolk, Virginia. Nov. 17, 1917. [3158 x 2382]
Naval Station Norfolk as seen from airplane window [OC] [4160×2340] (Re-upload)
Pump No. 1, Drydock No. 4, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Virginia. 16 Jun 1919. [999 x 804]
Former Soviet-era “Palace of Culture” in Kabul, Afghanistan – photo by Simon Norfolk [2000×1600]