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Selham Bridge


  Single Lane, hump back, over the River Rother, north of Selham.
 
In 1791 an Act of Parliament gave authority to the Earl of Egremont to make the Western Rother navigable from Midhurst down to its junction with the Arun below Shopham Bridge. This is one of three bridges in this stretch of river dated to that time.
 
This is the finishing point for the Rother Raft Race
The road at this point is prone to flooding.

click for Selham Bridge 1935
 
click here to browse through photos.
 

see also - St. James, Selham, photo gallery - - - Selham, photo gallery - - - Graffham, photo gallery
 

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Chithurst - - Cocking - - Didling - - Duncton - - Easebourne - - East Lavington - - Fernhurst - - Fittleworth - - Graffham
Harting - - Heyshott - - Iping - - Lickfold - - Linch - - Lodsworth - - Lurgashall - - Midhurst - - Northchapel - - Nyewood
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