I added this photo as the Green King Brewery based in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, is internationally renowned and has been brewing Ale since 1799. This sign can be seen on the front of the Royal Standard, on Forehill in Ely, a Grade II listed building.
You will probably have heard of a 'Ship in a bottle'. This is a 'Ship in a window'. Ok, I know technically it is a sailing boat, but it didn't sound so good!
This lovely old fashioned ice cream truck can be found outside the Water Antiques premises, it does look slightly out of place parked between the modern vehicles.
Down on the river, I came across this graphic on the side of one of the barges, I wonder if it is a reference to the TV chief Jamie Oliver's catchphrase?
Even on a dull, cold spring day, this stretch of river has a charm about it.
This is one of the very ornate barges moored along this stretch of river.
It even has a small garden on the roof!
The Boat Yard garage on the river, for all your mechanical needs.
Even at this tranquil setting you are never far away from the busy railway line which passes over the River Ouse at this point.
Water, boats and the Jolly Roger Flag, go hand in hand.
This is the weathervane located on the top of the Maltings, the building was originally a brewery, brewing malt for ale. The shovel on the weathervane represents the malt shovel.
These are some larger than normal flower pots!