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Cromer, a port and watering-place, on the N.E. coast of Norfolk, 20 miles N. of Norwich. The fine sands are attractive to bathers, and the pure, bracing air has in recent years brought many summer visitors in search of health. Owing to the encroachments of the sea the bay is dangerous for navigation, and the trade is small. Upon the cliff is a lighthouse 274 feet high. The Great Eastern Railway puts the town in easy communication with London, and it is rapidly growing in population and prosperity.