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MIDHURST, SUSSEX
 

North Street, Midhurst Midhurst
North Street
c1896
 
looking south towards Rumbolds Hill
Angel Hotel behind cart.
building left 'Ye Olde Teashoppe'
 
postcard - used 1897
Anderson collection
 
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North Street, Midhurst Midhurst
North Street
c1868 - 1874
 
looking north, opposite to above
Compare with below photo
Most of the buildings on left have changed
The right side is still basically the same to this day.
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North Street, Midhurst Midhurst
North Street
c1898 - 99
looking north
 
The shop, centre left, with the large square lamp is shown below
The Public Hall, centre, with its spire, opened in 1882. Later it became a cinema and was demolished in 1967.
The site is now a supermarket.
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postcard - used Dec.1899
Allan Dearlove, Teeside
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North Street, Midhurst Midhurst
North Street
c1898 - 99
 
This shop can be seen in above image
 
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North Street, Midhurst Midhurst
North Street
1900
 
looking north
 
postcard
In house collection
 
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North Street

Now a part of the A272
Although not part of the oldest area of Midhurst many of these buildings are still over 400 years old.
In the photo to the left is the Angel Hotel were the Pilgrim Fathers stayed on their journey to the coast before setting sail on their epic voyage. The building to the far left is now [2013] the Olde Tea Shoppe, here the author HG Wells lodged in a room above.
 


 

 
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