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A collection of old Pagham and Nyetimber photographs
Part of the Gravelroots UK Vintage Trail

Pagham Mill
postcards x3 archived
in house archive6
ref- 271

Mill Cottage, Nyetimber, Pagham Pagham
Mill Cottage
postcard unused
Vinny Moore, Ohio, USA, 2014
archive 4
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ref- 517


Mill Cottage, Pagham Pagham
Mill Cottage
postcard used 1956
archive 4
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ref- 500


postcards x2 archived
dated March 1906
in house archive6 & Stella King
ref- 302
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The Bear Inn, Pagham Pagham
237 Pagham Road
The Bear Inn
postcard dated 1908
in house archive4
This is the original building,
now demolished and rebuilt
enlarge & compare
ref- 461


The Bear Inn, Pagham Pagham
The Bear Inn
postcard dated 1921
in house archive4
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ref- 495


The Bear Inn, Pagham Pagham
The Bear Inn
in house archive4
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ref- 510


The Bear Inn, Pagham Pagham
The Bear Inn
in house archive4
enlarge & compare
ref- 509

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Pagham village is divided into three areas, the Old Village, the Beach & Nyetimber which was separate originally.
In Roman times Pagham Harbour was a primary seaport of the Southern coast.
Up to the 14th century Pagham continued as a foremost English port, trading wool to Europe. But after the huge storm of 1341, a large area of the Parish was utterly devastated by the sea, the hamlet of Charlton totally disappearing.
The harbour gradually silted, diminishing it's importance.
Beach Estate
originally consisted of holiday homes mostly created from redundant railway carriages.
By virtue of its coastline position Pagham played an important role in WW2.
George V recuperated at Craigweil House in 1928-9, Craigweil was part of Pagham till 1934.
Pagham Parish Council
Kellys 1938 directory
Pagham Smugglers
Pagham Pram Race
Pagham Church
The 4x great grandfather of US. President Biden was christened at St Thomas a'Becket Church, Church Lane, Pagham see here

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