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A Description of Travels in Sussex During the early 1900s

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building, which is of much interest and contains several venerated relics brought from the monastery of the Grand Chartreuse. The magnificent brass to Nelond, Prior of Lewes, in the parish church should also be seen.]
We now continue south-east and cross the railway to Shoreham. The tall spire seen on the left is St. Hugh's Monastery (above). Partridge Green station (44¼ m.), Ashurst (46¼ m.), with an Early English church. At the top of every rise we are rewarded with glorious views of the Downs crowned by Chanctonbury Ring.
Steyning (49¼ m.).
Bramber (50¼ m.).
New Shoreham (54¼ m.).
As above to the Burrell Arms. The route runs south and then south-west to Dial Post (43¼ m.), and so with striking views ahead through Ashington (46¼ m.) to Washington (48¼ m.).
Findon (51 m.).
Broadwater (54¼ m.).
Worthing (55½ m.).
This route leaves the Horsham road nearly two miles south of the village of Kingsfold.
Warnham (33¼ m.). The district is the scene of Shelley's childhood and youth. The poet was born at Field Place, about 1½ miles south on the right of the road.
Broadbridge Heath (35¼ m.).
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