Virtual exhibition

Virtual exhibition



A public school in Mont-Cauvaire: plan of the pupils houses - Tourism and Culture

The Collège de Normandie opened its doors in 1902. It was a private school for Catholic and Protestant pupils from the ages of 7 to 9 right through to the school-leaving examination.

Rouen, villa in the rue Senard, architect P. Lefebvre. Printed plate taken from “Villas et petites maisons du XXe siècle”, Paris - Central Art and Architecture Library - Tourism and Culture

This middle-class home shows how influential the regionalist trend was both in towns and at the seaside.

Butler-Holliday & Co : Company incorporation's deed - Industries and Railways
Official log book for the SS Rouen of Newhaven - Tourism and Culture


Sketch book of Sussex views - Tourism and Culture


Fireback - Industries and Railways


Map of Rouen besieged and taken by Charles IX - Politics and Military links

Large Protestant communities became established in Upper Normandy, centred mainly on Rouen and Dieppe, following the Protestant Reformation.

So british ! : "L’Art de bien s’habiller”; "Album des costumes" - Tourism and Culture

Even in clothes made from a particular type of high-quality fabric made in the Normandy town of Elbeuf, “the art of dressing well” was regarded as synonymous with the art of wearing English-style

Chemins de fer de l’Ouest et London Brighton and South Coast Railway Illustrated colour poster - Tourism and Culture

he earliest tourism posters were produced for the Compagnie des Chemins de fer del’Ouest in 1886, with towns and tourist offices following this example later on.

Dieppe, posters issued by the Western Railways - Tourism and Culture



Dieppe, posters issued by the Western Railways.



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The Keep, Falmer
"The First World War"
Discover the new East Sussex County Council website dedicated to the First World War