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Wadhurst is a large parish and village, on the road from Tunbridge Wells to
Hastings, with a station about 1 1/4 miles distant, on the Tonbridge and
Hastings line of the South Eastern and Chatham railway, 40 miles from
London, 14 north-west from Battle, 20 north-west from Hasstings, and 6
south-east from Tunbridge Wells.
Balaclava, Pell Green
Castle, Station Road
Old Vine, Cousley Wood
Railway Hotel, Little Pell
Red Lion, Sparrows Green
White Hart, High Street
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