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Cocking
Sussex
Cocking Village
A collection of old Cocking photographs
Part of the Gravelroots UK Vintage Trail
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This old village sits at the foot of the South Downs
on the A286, Midhurst to Chichester Road.

   COCKING, SUSSEX

 
Cocking Cocking
Cocking A286
c.1909
looking south
 
postcard
posted Midhurst 04 June 1911
image probably 1909 or earlier
 
Midhurst to Chichester road, turning on right signposted to Bepton and Harting is Bell lane.
 
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Cocking Cocking
Cocking A286
c.1900
opposite direction to above
 
postcard unused
donated- Karlla White [2015]
 
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Cocking Cocking
Cocking A286
c.1900-04
 
looking north towards Midhurst
 
To the right of the photo is the sign for the 'Richard Cobden' Pub, now a private house.
 
postcard
postmarked Apr 1904
in house archive 12
 
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Cocking Cocking
Toll Gate House
 
postcard c1908 - 1911
in house - very poor condition
Former toll cottage, on the Midhurst to Chichester road
Back of card states:
"Toll Gate House as altered by Rev. H. L. Randall, used as a mens Reading Room".
Demolished 1965.
 
The cottage behind the Toll House can be viewed circa 2008 - here
nextref- cg118

 
Cocking Cocking
Post Office
c.1936-38
 
postcard
in house archive 12
 
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Cocking Cocking
Post Office
c.1926
 
postcard
Anderson Collection
Pinned to a wall for nearly 19 years has caused the image to fade badly.
 
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Cocking Cocking
Schools and Post Office
c.1920
 
postcard undated
Anderson Collection
Pinned to a wall for nearly 19 years has caused the image to fade.
 
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