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A selection from the collection which comprises over 20,000 photographs taken over the last 150 years

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Wiggonholt cum Greatham Church, Wiggonholt Featured General Photographic Print

Wiggonholt cum Greatham Church, Wiggonholt

Sepia print of picturesque village church c1892. Lady standing at lych gate. Church has covered porch with opensides and lower stone wall and square tower.
Hordern Collection
General Photographic Collection
West Sussex Record Office Ref No PH6129

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Lych Gate, Porch, Sepia Print, Square Tower, Victorian Lady, Village Church

Miniature Railway, Bognor, 1909 Featured General Photographic Print

Miniature Railway, Bognor, 1909

This railway of 10.25in gauge ran for one summer season. The builders of the Locomotive named "Winnie" were Robert Alexander Briggs and his son (seen driving) Robert Westrope Briggs. Mr Briggs senior was an eminent architect of theatres and retired to Shripney near Bognor in 1913, bringing with him Winnie which he operated on his private garden railway. In 1963 Mr Briggs presented Winnie to the Chichester Model Engineers and she still steamed on a regular basis.
Photographic Collection
West Sussex Record Office Ref No: PH 3278

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Nutley: the Mill, 1908 Featured General Photographic Print

Nutley: the Mill, 1908

One of the few remaining "pin" windmills in Sussex.
(Sussex Mills Group: "Standing in a beautiful setting overlooking Ashdown Forest, Nutley Windmill is the last open-trestle post mill in Sussex, and only one of five surviving in the country, and the only one working. Having an open trestle, Nutley Windmill is a very fine example of the oldest post mill design, known in the country since the 12th century"). John Fletcher Collection (Photographer): "Wanderings in Sussex". Photographic Collection, West Sussex Record Office, Ref. PH 26115/19

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