Bintree, Norfolk, Old Post Office, early 1900s

Bintree is a village and civil parish in Norfolk, England, about nine miles (14 km) southeast of Fakenham. The village’s name means ‘Bynna’s tree’. ~Wikipedia.

This scene still exists despite being cut through by the new road. The tree seems to be the same, and you can see the decorative building in the background.

William Chapman was the postmaster here, around this time, according to Kelly’s 1900 Directory of Norfolk (Bintry).

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