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Pulborough
Sussex
Pulborough
A collection of old Pulborough photographs
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   PULBOROUGH, SUSSEX

 
Old Pulborough Pulborough
Swan Corner
c.1900
 
postcard
in house archive 14
 
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Old Pulborough Pulborough
Swan Corner
c.1900-05
 
postcard
in house archive 14
 
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Old Pulborough Pulborough
Swan Corner
c.1904-05
 
postcard
in house archive 14
 
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Old Pulborough Pulborough
Swan Corner
c.1900
 
postcards x3
in house archive 14
donated: Paul Kent
donated by Peter Whitcomb
 
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Old Pulborough Pulborough
Swan Corner
c.1947-50
 
postcards x2
contributed: Dave Higham
 
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Old Pulborough Pulborough
Swan Corner
c.1950s
 
postcards x3
contributed: Paul Kent
 
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Swan Hotel & Corner, Old Pulborough Pulborough
Swan Corner
c.1960s
 
postcard
in house archive 14
 
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Pulborough


Pulborough is a large village and civil parish in the Horsham district, with 5,000 inhabitants.
In the centre of West Sussex and 50 miles (80 km) SW of London, it is at the junction of the north-south A29 & the east-west A283 roads.
Historically, it was a fording place over the River Arun used by the Romans, who had a mansio across the river at Hardham, one day's march from Chichester on the London road, Stane Street (A29). The Saxons bridged the River Arun here and at nearby Stopham, north of its confluence with the River Rother. It became an important watering and overnight halt for cattle drovers providing easy access to water.

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eMail.Jan.2020


I worked at Duraye of Knightsbridge from 1966 to 1969 which was located next door to the Swan public house as the Swan hotel had been knocked down and the site redeveloped, the Swan pub, years later, was knocked down and the houses-flats were then built.
Wendy Wright - 2020
 


Swan Hotel


The Swan Hotel was demolished and rebuilt in 1958. The new Swan Hotel was demolished in 2002 and redeveloped.
 



 
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