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Alfriston
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Alfriston
A collection of old Alfriston photographs
Part of the Gravelroots UK Vintage Trail

 
Old Alfriston Alfriston
Star Inn & George Inn
c.1895-1900
 
postcard
Whitcomb Collection
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
Star Inn & George Inn
c.1890-02
 
postcard used 1902
in house archive 5
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
The High Street
Star Inn
c.1898-1900
 
postcard & Photograph
donated- Paul Kent & in house
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
Star Inn
c.1900
 
postcard
Whitcomb Collection
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
Star Inn
c.1908-13
 
postcard
Whitcomb Collection
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
The High Street
1920s
 
postcard- sate unclear
in house archive 5
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
Star Inn
c.1951
 
photograph by Leslie A. Whitcomb
Whitcomb collection
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
The High Street
1902
 
postcard & Photograph
donated- Paul Kent & in house
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
The High Street
c.1930s
 
postcard
in house archive 5
 
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Old Alfriston Alfriston
The High Street
1930s
 
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Alfriston


A village and parish in Sussex near the River Cuckmere, and some 4 miles [6k] from Seaford. In the 2001 census the population was 769.
star inn
Of historical importance is the Star Inn.
Originally a religious hostel built in 1345 to accommodate monks and pilgrims en route to Chichester Cathedral.
It became an inn in the 16th century.
At the front is a ships figurehead representing a red lion.
This is connected with smugglers who used the inn as their base, the leader was transported to Australia in 1830.
 


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