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A Fine Pair # 26 ~ Earnley
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The 26th in a series of caches where a red telephone box is in close proximity to a post box.
Another neglected phone box, which is looking a little sorry for itself
Lots of cobwebs!!!
The civil parish of Earnley is three miles long from north to south and a mile and a quarter wide. It boasts a two and a half mile coastline stretching from West Sands, Selsey to Bracklesham
There is a current population of approximately 450, living mainly in the village of Earnley and the hamlets of Almodington and Somerley
The name Earnley means ‘eagle clearing’ and first appears in 780, before the current village came into existence. The parish church in the village, which has no patron saint, dates from the 13th century
The settlement and manor of Somerley (summer clearing) dates from the Anglo-Saxon period and was first mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086
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If you wish to expand on this series please let Wizardsmum know so she can keep a tally on the numbers. The only rule is they have to be within approx 20 feet of each other, or be able to be photographed together, and the phone boxes have to be red,
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Last Updated: on 12/26/2017 5:31:47 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:31 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum