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Sussex pub history index
Robertsbridge (or Rotherbridge) is a small town in Saleshurst parish, on the
banks of the River Rother, and on the road from Tunbridge Wells to Hastings,
with a station on the Hastings and Tonbridge line of the South Eastern and
Chatham railway, which is also the junction for Headcorn on the Kent and
East Sussex railway, 50 miles from London, 13 north-west from Hastings and
16 south-east from Tunbridge Wells.
New Eight Bells Inn, North Bridge Street
Ostrich, Station Road
Seven Stars, High Street
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