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This talk will tell the story of the roads that carried stage coach traffic between London and Brighton from the mid -18th century to the end of the coaching era in the 1840s. They had to cross the sands, clays and chalk lands which all provided their own challenges. New techniques of road construction and coach building greatly improved the coach travellers’ experience. The story is, however, far more than a description of the physical landscape and coach construction. It is also about the coachmen themselves, and accidents, robberies, ghosts and gallows, plus many other incidents that bring the coaching age to life.—The Keep

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Date(s) – 25/04/2017
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Location: The Keep Archives

About The Keep
The Keep is a world-class centre for archives that opens up access to all the collections of the East Sussex Record Office (ESRO), the Royal Pavilion & Museums Local History Collections and the internationally significant University of Sussex Special Collections. It is also a centre of excellence for conservation and preservation and represents the new generation of archive buildings in the UK.

The Keep,
Woollards Way,
01273 482349