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Bramber
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Bramber
A collection of old Bramber photographs
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
c.1890s-1900
 
scan of print
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
c.1898-1903
 
postcard used 1903
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
c.1920s
 
postcard unused
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
Castle Hotel
c.1930's
 
scan of print
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
Castle Hotel
c.late 1950's
 
scan of framed print
contributed
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
Castle Hotel
c.late 1950's
 
scan of postcard
contributed
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
Castle Hotel to left
c.late 1920's
 
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contributed
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Old Bramber Bramber
The Street
Castle Hotel
Floods
January 1904
 
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contributed
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Bramber


The village of Bramber is located on the edge of the South Downs, to the west side of the River Adur. Nearby are the communities of Steyning to the west and Upper Beeding to the east.
The closest historical connection, however, is with the village of Botolphs to the south.
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The Norman Church of St Nicholas is off the main street and nearby remains of a Norman Castle stand guard.
The once very busy railway station which brought hundreds of tourists daily was closed as part of the 1966 Beeching Axe. Nothing remains of it today.
 


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