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Late Medieval Pulborough
A map of late medieval Pulborough and the surrounding area (Copyright: Jack Pedley)

The east-west highway through Pulborough moved southward to what is now Stopham Road and Lower Street after the first Stopham Bridge was built circa 1309, replacing fords and ferries. New village centres develop at the junction of roads now called Swan Corner and further east on Pott Street and Lower Street, south of Pott Common.

© Jack Pedley

Shortcuts to the maps in our collection

Roman Pulborough  Saxon Pulborough  Early Medieval Pulborough  Late Medieval Pulborough  Abergavenny Estate c1800  

Tithe Map 1841  Victorian Times 1892

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