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Multi-View Postcard Not too many road bridges feature in tourist postcards, but no doubt it was considered an achievemen...
Multi-View Postcard I cannot place the location of the “Cross Roads”. Are they at the bottom of Handcross Hill, wi...
Multi-View Postcard On closer inspection I can see a ghostly figure of someone running on the road outside the Red Lion....
Multi-View Postcard This postcard was posted on 27th September 1906 to Miss F. Loder at an address in Chailey. May we ...
Multi-view of Slaugham Most of the eight views shown here have been used as individual postcards, but so far I have yet to ...
Multi-view of Slaugham Perhaps there was a shortage of suitable photographs available as two almost-identical images of Roc...
Kensett family of Slaugham This is a photograph of the Kensett family who played such a prominent part in village life during t...
Multi-view of Warninglid This is a relatively modern postcard as suggested by the presence of the car parked outside Colwood ...
Multi-view of Warninglid With the lack of other traffic the driver of the pony and trap has no qualms in driving on the wrong...
Fond Greetings from Staplefield The postcard was sent at Easter by “Nellie” offering fond greetings to “Miss Tring, c/o Lady L...
Best Love from Staplefield No doubt this card was available to buy in the Staplefield post office and, according to the note on...
"Handcross" steam locomotive This steam locomotive was one of many designed by a renowned locomotive engineer, W. Stroudley (1833...

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