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Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum

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The museum has almost finished restoring the original rowing and sailing lifeboat, the ALFRED CORRY, that was stationed in Southwold from 1893 to 1918.

It is housed in the old Cromer lifeboat station that was salvaged from Cromer pier in 1997-8 and is a museum filled with artefacts relating to the maritime history of the area.

Who to contact

Telephone
01502 723200
Email
curator@alfredcorry.co.uk
Website
http://www.alfredcorry.co.uk/

Where to go

Name
Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum
Address
Ferry Road
Southwold
Suffolk
Postcode
IP18 6NG
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Area served
All Suffolk, Southwold
Transport
The museum is located on public car park at Southwold Harbour entrance and there is also a bus service to it.

Days & Times

See the website

Other details

Age Groups
Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet
Notes

The boat is a Norfolk & Suffolk Class Lifeboat of 44ft length that was built by Beeching in Great Yarmouth. She operated off the beach at Southwold and saved many lives. Relatives of the crew are still alive in Southwold. The museum also contains many artefacts, paintings and models that exemplify the maritime history of the area and it is all absolutely FREE to come in and browse. However, please note that we could not continue without donations to cover our expenses. Pre-booking is advisable for large parties. The boat is on the register of historic ships of the United Kingdom English Heritage. The shed was a Grade II listed building when in place on Cromer pier.

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