A timber post used by people to help them across the boggy marshes of the Waveney Valley more than 2,000 years ago has gone on display at a local museum.
The timber posts were discovered by workmen undertaking a flood defence scheme close to the River Waveney at Beccles in 2006.
At first they were thought to be a relatively modern feature because they were so well preserved.
However, when archaeologists were called in they were able to confirm that the timbers were from a much earlier construction.
In further digs during 2007 and 2009, archaeologists from Birmingham University managed to remove the posts.