A view of Middle Row, East Grinstead, photographed by William Harding in 1864. The building on the right belonged to George Bailye, a tailor and hairdresser who resided in East Grinstead's High Street. The town well and pump, enclosed by railings, can be seen in front of Bailye's tailor shop. William Harding was managing a tobacconist's shop in Middle Row in the early 1860s around the time he took up photography. East Grinstead Photographers
"Plans to ban cars in East Grinstead town centre". Pedestrian plans for the high street, as covered by @EG_Courier http://www.thisissussex.co.uk/Plans-ban-cars-East-Grinstead-town-centre/story-19660395-detail/story.html#axzz2c8V6XK9h
East Grinstead High Street Tudor Houses - Shoppers in East Grinstead are able to engage in some retail therapy while enjoying the sights of the ancient framed buildings that line the street along the historical end of town. The High Street is home to a row of 14th century timber-framed buildings - the longest in the country.
East Grinstead High Street I worked for awhile in an office in one of these old buildings.
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Tom Cruise will feel right at home in East Grinstead, Britain’s strangest town