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Two vans and a car in Handcross
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Two vans and a car in Handcross

With just two vans and a Morris Minor Traveller parked in the High Street and no moving traffic, it is a peaceful day in Handcross High Street.
Picture added on 19 July 2012 at 19:32
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Roads - Handcross - High Street (North)
The width of the High Street is accentuated not only by the lack of parked cars, but also by their small size relative to many modern vehicles.
Added by Steve Latus on 27 August 2012
I observe that even in 1965 the current scourge of the High Street existed. The blighter on the left is parked on the footpath!
Added by David Pearce on 24 September 2012
The Morris Traveller 44 KMU belonged to my father, Ron Elliott, who owned the radio and TV shop next to the newsagents.
Added by Nigel Elliott on 04 March 2018
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