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The Gate Lodge, Pease Pottage
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The Gate Lodge, Pease Pottage

The Gate Lodge just south of Pease Pottage is now mostly hidden behind bushes, but the old Toll house with its distinctive octagonal shape with further extensions was once a well-known landmark for travellers on the old A23 which passed close by.
The pair of houses beyond were built in 1937 and kept well back because of the proposed A23 road improvements, which finally came about 35 years later.
Picture added on 22 June 2013 at 10:00
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