You are on the Gravelroots Rother Valley Trail - page 13_2 - Fittleworth, West Sussex, UK
Coming in to Fittleworth on the B2138, Tripp Hill.- looking back to south.
Station Masters House to right, served the nearby station which operated between 1889-1955.
The road on the right leads to the old station - Fittleworth Bridge behind photographer.
photo - Simon Carey - 5 April, 2009 - - next trail image       skip Fittleworth & go to next section


Fittleworth Bridge over the Rother looking west, upstream. Fittleworth to right.
Navigable from the Arun at Stopham to Midhurst from 1794 to 1888 and closing to all trade in 1936
The centre arch was enlarged to accomodate commercial barges.
photo - Hugh Neve - Sep.2007 - - next trail image

Fittleworth The Rother with Millstream just visible to right.
photo from bridge
looking north, B2138 right, Lower Fittleworth
Seen from the Bridge, the mill stream joins the western Rother immediately upstream of the bridge. The mill is now residential and is hidden by the trees.
photo - Colin Smith
26 September, 2008
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Fittleworth Fittleworth Watermill
Viewed from the mill bridge this structure was built in the 1780s and stopped working in the early 20th century. Now a private residence.
photo - Simon Carey
5 April, 2009
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