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Roofline, West Street, Horsham

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Sussex Photo Gallery - Horsham

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the front door! #exterior

Bill’s Horsham restaurant is spread across two beautiful floors of the old town hall. Drop in between breakfast and bedtime for delicious food and drinks.

Horsham Town Hall is a building in two parts. The old market house on the site had been used for the assizes and was converted into a town hall in 1812. In 1888 it was completely rebuilt except for the north front (seen here) with the arms of the  Crown, Horsham and the Dukes of Norfolk. The postcard of 1905 is unusual in that it advertises the Temperance Hotel founded by Jury Cramp, the owner of a jeweller’s shop. (Reproduced with kind permission of Cecil Cramp)

Horsham Town Hall is a building in two parts. The old market house on the site had been used for the assizes and was converted into a town hall in 1812. In 1888 it was completely rebuilt except for the north front (seen here) with the arms of the Crown, Horsham and the Dukes of Norfolk. The postcard of 1905 is unusual in that it advertises the Temperance Hotel founded by Jury Cramp, the owner of a jeweller’s shop. (Reproduced with kind permission of Cecil Cramp)

The Bear, Horsham

Nice pub marred by a moron spouting a non-stop stream of racist and sexist bollocks to his mute nodding drinking mates

Christ's Hospital School near Horsham, England

Christ's Hospital School near Horsham, England

Horsham West Street 1966

I worked for a firm of accountants whose offices were above Jones bootmakers.

Horsham Carfax, 1966 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Horsham Carfax, 1966 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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The Tanners Arms, Horsham, West Sussex

St Marks Church in Horsham, partially demolished to build office blocks. The tower alone was left as a reminder of what was.

St Marks Church in Horsham, partially demolished to build office blocks. The tower alone was left as a sad reminder of what was.

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