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1905

Slaugham Place ruins The ivy has got quite a foothold on the ruins of the hall entrance at Slaugham Place.
Slaugham Place ruins Recent planting of conifers can be seen in this picture of the ruins of Slaugham Place.
Slaugham Place ruins The majestic ruins of Slaugham Place provide a subject of this postcard published by “David Tulley...
Slaugham Place ruins The ruins of Slaugham Place are said to include the kitchen ovens, and I assume that these are pictu...
Slaugham Place ruins The moat runs along the side of the Slaugham Place ruins and the kitchen fireplaces shown here have ...
Slaugham Place ruins In the late 1700s Thomas Sergison of Cuckfield Park, having already acquired the crumbling Slaugham ...
Cattle in Staplefield pond I assume one or more of the local farms had commoners grazing rights for their cattle on the Common....
Staplefield pond This postcard has been enlivened by being coloured at a later date. Two well-dressed ladies can be...
Jolly Tanners, Staplefield Would you be tempted to stop at the Jolly Tanners with a bearded chap outside brandishing a shotgun?...
The Stables, Handcross Park The picture is taken from the catalogue of the auction sale held on 25th July 1905. The Large V...
Map of Nymans Estate A map, drawn on linen, of the Nymans Estate in 1905.
Cyclists outside Robinson Bros, Handcross There is just one motor vehicle coming up the High Street, but it is heavily outnumbered by about ei...

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