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  Keyhaven and Hurst Shingle Spit
  Monday 28th April 2008
~~~~~ ~~~~~ Bosham Quay ~~~~~ ~~~~~

Bosham sits on a small peninsula at the eastern end of Chichester harbour and is said to pre-date the Romans. Bosham was the sixth most important town in Sussex in the 8th century and one of the wealthiest manors in England. The photographs below were shot around the harbour area known as Bosham Quay.




At low tide Shore Road is passable to traffic, but once the tide comes in it's liable to flood and not a good place to leave your vehicle.






On the eastern side of the harbour low tide reveals a path crossing from north to south.




The mill stream.




It's thought Bosham's first mill pre-dated the Norman Conquest, the present mill building is home to Bosham Sailing Club.


Bosham Channel finishes just beyond the right of the photograph.

  More Photographs of Bosham Quay on  Page 2 - Click here

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