Stowmarket Left The historic market town of Stowmarket situated in the county of Suffolk, Between Ipswich and Bury st. Edmunds. The town has a population of about 14,000. It has main line rail links to Norwich and London. 
Right The Station built in 1849 and designed by Frederick Barnes. It is considered to be one of the finest Victorian stations in Britain.
Above The museum of East Anglian Life is set on a 70 acre site devoted to East Anglia's rural past. The museum's collection has grown greatly since it opened in 1967. On the site there are a number of historic buildings including a watermill and farmhouse.
Above The picture to the above is the Parish church of St.Peter & St.Mary in the centre of Stowmarket. It acquired it's new spire in 1994 after the old one had to be taken down in 1975, as it was in a dangerous condition.
The river Gipping
Above The river Gipping runs though the town to join the Orwell Estuary at Ipswich. The river was made into a canal in 1793. The canal fell into disrepair and now the old towpath has been made into a footpath, which follows the Gipping valley to Ipswich docks.