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Newhaven
Sussex
Newhaven
A collection of old Newhaven photographs
Part of the Gravelroots UK Vintage Trail

 
Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1912-14
 
postcard
contributed- Paul Kent
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1915-17
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in house archive6
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1900
 
postcard posted 1904
in house archive6
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1900
 
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in house archive4
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1900
 
postcard
archive4
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.pre 1900
 
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archive6
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1895-1900
 
postcard
archive6
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
1948
 
postcard
Whitcomb Collection
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1950s-60
 
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archive4
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
High Street
c.1955-60
 
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archive4
 
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Old Newhaven Newhaven
Bridge Hotel & High Street
c.1954 to 2014
 
postcards & Photo
archive4 +
Google Earth +
Anderson Collection
 
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Newhaven


Newhaven lying at the mouth of the River Ouse once hosted a Bronze Age fort on Castle Hill. Around 480 AD, the Saxons established a village close to where Newhaven now stands, known as 'Meeching'.
In the 1790s the settlement began to be called the New Haven at about the same time a breakwater was built to stop longshore drift of shingle from blocking the rivers course. The present breakwater was built in 1890.
The village was of little importance until a rail line to Lewes was built in 1847.
The Newhaven Lifeboat was first commissioned in 1803, being one of the oldest in Britain.
Established 20 years before the RNLI, the original lifeboat came about after HMS Brazen was wrecked in 1800, when only one crew member was saved out of the 105 on board.
 


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Newhaven
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