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Amberley
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Amberley
A collection of old Amberley photographs
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Old Amberley Amberley
Castle
1737
 
Engraving, published 1737
courtesy British Museum
 
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Old Amberley Amberley
Amberley Castle
Sussex Archaeological Society meeting
1865
 
engraving, Illustrated London News
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Old Amberley Amberley
Castle
c1906-10
 
postcard
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Old Amberley Amberley
Castle Lane
c1910
 
postcard
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Old Amberley Amberley
Houghton Bridge
c1906-11
 
postcard used 1911
in house archive 12
 
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Old Amberley Amberley
Houghton Bridge
c1925-30
 
postcard used 1931
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Old Amberley Amberley
On the River Arun
 
postcard unused
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Amberley


Amberley a village close to the River Arun is in the Horsham District of West Sussex, England. Situated at the foot of the South Downs, the village is noted for its thatched cottages. A house named The Thatched House is one of the few non-thatched houses.
Amberley Castle is now a hotel.
Amberley residents were once known as Yellow Bellies, because the women lifted up their skirts in front of the fire and as a result the smoke discoloured their skin. This lives on today with the yellow shirts of the football team. source
 


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