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Mary Stanford Lifeboat House
Mary Stanford Lifeboat House
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This rundown building once housed the Mary Stanford lifeboat. It stands on the shore near Rye Harbour and is a grade 2 listed building. The old lifeboat house has remained unused since 15th November 1928...
St Paul's Parish Hall
St Pauls Parish Hall
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A group of children outside St Pauls Parish Hall as they appeared in the patriotic tableau “Britannia’s Flag” which scored a success in the hall on Empire Day and resulted in the sum of £4,5s being sent to the local fund...
War Hospital
War Hospital Supply Depot
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This Now and Then image shows members of the War Hospital Supply Depot with Canadian soldiers on the balcony of 41 Marina, St Leonards...
Battle Abbey
Recruiting at Battle Abbey
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A group of men from the 5th Royal Sussex Regiment with the recruiting committee outside Battle Abbey. They were out trying to get...
Cyclists Regiment
9th Hampshire Cyclists Regiment
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The then and now image above shows the 9th Hampshire Cyclists Regiment preparing for parade on Sea Road next to West Marina Gardens. The original photograph appeared in the Hastings and...
Winchelsea Church
11th Welch Regiment at Winchelsea Church
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Over 200 of B Company of the 11th Welch Regiment attended Divine Service at Winchelsea Church on Sunday 7th March 1915. The 11th Regiment moved to Seaford then Aldershot within two months...
Priory Meadow
Priory Meadow
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Priory Meadow, in the centre of Hastings, was once part of the Hastings Priory. The marshly land, probably once part of the harbour before it silted, up was used as farmland before being converted into a cricket ground in 1864...
Glastonbury Tor 7
Glastonbury Tor
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Glastonbury Tor rises impressively above the Somerset Levels. The landmark, with the ruined tower of St Michaels Church can be seen for miles around...

Mary Stanford Lifeboat House

August 21, 2015

This rundown building once housed the Mary Stanford lifeboat. It stands on the shore near Rye Harbour and is a grade 2 listed building. The old lifeboat house has remained unused since 15th November 1928…

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St Pauls Parish Hall

August 16, 2015

A group of children outside St Pauls Parish Hall as they appeared in the patriotic tableau “Britannia’s Flag” which scored a success in the hall on Empire Day and resulted in the sum of £4,5s being sent to the local fund…

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War Hospital Supply Depot

August 7, 2015

This Now and Then image shows members of the War Hospital Supply Depot with Canadian soldiers on the balcony of 41 Marina, St Leonards…

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Recruiting at Battle Abbey

July 31, 2015

A group of men from the 5th Royal Sussex Regiment with the recruiting committee outside Battle Abbey. They were out trying to get…

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9th Hampshire Cyclists Regiment

July 24, 2015

The then and now image above shows the 9th Hampshire Cyclists Regiment preparing for parade on Sea Road next to West Marina Gardens. The original photograph appeared in the Hastings and…

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11th Welch Regiment at Winchelsea Church

July 17, 2015

Over 200 of B Company of the 11th Welch Regiment attended Divine Service at Winchelsea Church on Sunday 7th March 1915. The 11th Regiment moved to Seaford then Aldershot within two months…

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Priory Meadow

July 10, 2015

Priory Meadow, in the centre of Hastings, was once part of the Hastings Priory. The marshly land, probably once part of the harbour before it silted, up was used as farmland before being converted into a cricket ground in 1864…

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Glastonbury Tor

July 3, 2015

Glastonbury Tor rises impressively above the Somerset Levels. The landmark, with the ruined tower of St Michaels Church can be seen for miles around…

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Dungeness Beach

June 12, 2015

Anyone that visits Dungeness Beach is always attracted to the abandoned fishing boats and buildings. These desterted businesses seem to fit into the unique Dungeness atmosphere…

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Ditchling Beacon

June 6, 2015

Ditchling Beacon is the highest point in East Sussex. At 248 meters it is not particularly high. It’s not even the highest point on the South Downs – Butser Hill is top at 270 meters followed by Crown Tegleaze at 253m…

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