Gallery: photos of Midhurst from the air 1967 Click on individual photos to enlarge, or click on first and use arrow keys to view following. You can enlarge the pictures further by clicking on the cross that appears in the bottom right hand corner of the enlargement. On the back of the photos it says these are copyright Chas. White, Arundel House, Midhurst.
Looking north east with Taylors Field and South Pond at bottom of picture and Easebourne at the top.
Looking east over the former railway line, Taylors Field to the right, Ashfield Road to the left. You can see the Catholic Church and White City, Hendersons/Russells Corner and beyond to the causeway leading to the Ruins.
These photos first appeared in the Midhurst Times, and my mother ordered prints as they showed Taylors Field where we lived. There is a slightly different view from this series of photos in the book “Midhurst Town - then and now” by Vic and Barbara Mitchell, published by the Middleton Press in 1983. Charles White himself published in 1972 “19th & early 20th century Midhurst in old photographs”; both are splendid collections for the history of Midhurst, and both are now out of print, though you can still pick up secondhand copies.
Gallery pages: 1: School photos from Birkenhead, Headley and Midhurst 1957-1967 2 (this page): Midhurst from the air 1967 3: Mersey shipping 1930s
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