National Geographic : 1935 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by W. Robert Moore THE "FORGOTTEN TOWN" OF ITS PARLIAMENT MEMBER STILL IS SECLUDED Today gentle Bramber scarcely bespeaks a warlike past. The clash of many battles rang around the walls of Bramber Castle from Norman times until the days of Cromwell. Its loopholed towers, now in ruins, hidden by the trees, loom above the village (see text, page 74). rnotograpn uy r.awaru J. jacoo OLD TRADES DIE HARD IN SUSSEX Craftsmen fashion timber for wagons, barns, and household use. Spokes and rims are hewn from solid English oak, once the source of the "Wooden Walls" of old England's navy (see text, page 74).