The War Memorial and Village Pond at Rottingdean

Chris Lord

New York, United States

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Centrally shown is the war memorial built to commemorate Rottingdean’s soldiers who died during the two world wars. The war memorial is in the form of a memorial cross standing on a plinth on a two-stepped base on a paved area on the village green by the pond. There are 37 surnames with one Christian name only for World War 1. A further 29 names have been added for World War 2. Rottingdean is a small village near Brighton in West Sussex, UK. This photograph was taken from a wooden bench against the flint wall of the “Kipling Garden” Rudyard Kipling lived for a time in a house to the right of the scene in this image.

09/17/2010 FEATURED in the redbubble group Memorials

07/25/2013 FEATURED in the redbubble group GRUNGE IT UP Permanent Feature Page


An “oldie but goodie” from my 35 mm slides of Brighton collection

Found in the Brighton Experience gallery on my eclectic photo site at Pixielated Pixels

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