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Emsworth 1969
Hampshire
EMSWORTH
A collection of old Emsworth photographs
Part of the Gravelroots UK Vintage Trail

 
Old Emsworth Emsworth
High Street
c.1960s
 
postcard
In house archive 18
 
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Old Emsworth Emsworth
South Street
c.1918-23
 
postcard used 1925
In house archive 18
 
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Old Emsworth Emsworth
Harbour
c.1890
 
scan of print
In house archive 18
 
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Old Emsworth Emsworth
Harbour
c.1904-11
 
postcard
In house archive 18
 
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Old Emsworth Emsworth
Warblington Fire Brigade
at Emsworth

c.1900
 
scan of framed print
In house archive 18
 
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Old Emsworth Emsworth
Westbourne near Emsworth
c.1907-12
 
post card used 1912
In house archive 18
 
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Emsworth
[Empnesworth]

Beginning as a Saxon village linked to nearby Warblington. There was no mention in the 1068 Domesday Book.
Emsworth grew to be larger and in 1239 was granted rights to hold a market plus an annual fair. In 1332 Emsworth was one of Hampshire's 4 Customs Ports. During the 18th and 19th centuries, Emsworth was still a port, known for ship & boatbuilding. The River Ems, named after the town not the other way round, flows into Slipper millpond. In the 19th century Emsworth had as many as 30 pubs and beer houses; today, only nine remain [2019].
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