A decade of change for Great Yarmouth in pictures supplement

INTO THE BREACH...a bird's-eye view as an RAF helicopter prepares to dump filled sandbags into a Bre

INTO THE BREACH...a bird's-eye view as an RAF helicopter prepares to dump filled sandbags into a Breydon Wall gap in 1976. Picture: MERCURY LIBRARY - Credit: Archant

It was the tail end of the showbiz era for Great Yarmouth - and a decade of massive change.

The barge Gulf Fleet 290 arrives at Great Yarmouth harbour - Ekofisk - pic taken 3rd may 1977 FOA F

The barge Gulf Fleet 290 arrives at Great Yarmouth harbour - Ekofisk - pic taken 3rd may 1977 FOA FEB 2014

Buildings were demolished to make way for a more modern way of life - and to accomodate the increaing number of people bringing their cars to the resort.

In the Great Yarmouth Mercury this week, January 15, a 28-page supplement filled with pictures from the decade, all taken by our staff photographers. Are you in the pictures, or your friends and relatives? Don’t miss it.

You can order a copy from our reception team by calling 01493 847940.