National Geographic : 1935 Jul
THE PENN COUNTRY IN SUSSEX Photograph by W. Robert Moore THE SPIRE OF CHICHESTER IS A LANDMARK FOR SAILORS It can be seen from the Channel. A local saying that when there is no spire at Chichester there will be no King in England was fulfilled when the pinnacle fell in the reign of Victoria. It was rebuilt five years later. On market days farmers bring produce in tilt carts to this quiet cathedral town. Photograph by Ensign Cameras FROM BEHIND THE OAK RAILING PENN ADDRESSED HIS FOLLOWERS The planks that form the pews and the paneling in this Blue Idol meeting house at Coolham once sailed the seas as ships' timbers (see text and illustration, page 60).