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Littlehampton & River Arun
 
West Sussex
Ferries, Excursions, Port, Piers, River Arun
 

This page shows the ferries, excursion boats, piers and port of Littlehampton from old postcards and modern images. The other piers of Sussex are shown at:- Sussex Piers

Littlehampton has an interesting transport history having at various periods had floating bridges, cross channel railway ferries, swing bridges, miniature railways, excursion paddle steamers and steam paddle tugs.


Brief History of Littlehampton (ref: Wikipedia)
A human settlement at Littlehampton can be traced back to prehistoric and Roman times, while it appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 as the small hamlet of Hantone. The settlement is believed to have been a fishing community around this time, appearing on a French map in around 1100 as Hanton. The settlement is then believed to have been given to the Abbey of St Martin de Seez in Normandy, who owned Littlehampton until around 1400. The area then passed back to the ownership of successive Earls of Arundel and Dukes of Norfolk, whose successors still reside in Arundel today. Littlehampton began to develop as a port as a result of constant silting of the River Arun, perhaps leading to the prefix of Little being added to Hampton in order to distinguish it from the larger Southampton further along the coast. The expansion of port activities led to a new river mouth being cut in 1735, alongside the building of a wooden harbour.

As the eighteenth century progressed, the town developed from a fishing community to a holiday destination, with Lord Byron, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Constable all believed to have spent time there.

The town's status as both a port and a holiday resort led to economic success in the nineteenth century, with a railway line and a cross-channel ferry to Honfleur in France being introduced. The population of the town grew tenfold over the century, from 584 in 1801 to 5,954 in 1901. Littlehampton remained as a holiday resort in the twentieth century, becoming known as 'The Children's Paradise' in the 1920s.

Post-war Littlehampton saw large-scale house building on the outskirts of the town, eventually absorbing the surrounding villages of Wick, Lyminster and Toddington, while the commercial element of the town became increasingly focused on boat building and water sports


Sections on this Page:-
Littlehampton Beaches
Littlehampton Bridges
Littlehampton Excursion Motor Boats
Littlehampton Floating Bridge & Ferries
Littlehampton Harbour & River Arun
Littlehampton Land Trains
Littlehampton Lighthouses
Littlehampton Paddle Steamers
Littlehampton Piers
Littlehampton Miniature Railway
Littlehampton Steam Tugs

Vessels on this Page:-
Britannia
Britannia II
Britannia III
Freedom - Kingfisher Cruises
Lady Nancy
Nancy Lee
The Belle - Brighton Sea Cruises

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Eastbourne Pier
Littlehampton Railway - More images of the miniature railway
Worthing Pier

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Littlehampton & River Arun


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Littlehampton Floating Bridge & Ferries

For many years a floating bridge ran across the River Arun at Littlehampton. It was replaced by a swing bridge in 1908. After the closure of the floating bridge, rowed ferries operated downstream of the new swing bridge. In 2012 a modern catamaran ferry again linked the two sides of the River Arun.


Littlehampton floating bridge, posted 1903
Colour & monochrome variations on the card above
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Littlehampton floating bridge
Similar to the card above, but note slight differences, including the sign on the building to the right

FLOATING BRIDGE at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Littlehampton floating bridge
FLOATING BRIDGE at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Modern photo of Littlehampton floating bridge, c.1903
FLOATING BRIDGE at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Pamlyn Collectorcard C1551 of Littlehampton floating bridge shortly before the opening of the swing bridge
FLOATING BRIDGE at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk



After the closure of the floating bridge, rowed ferries operated downstream of the new swing bridge
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In 2012, a new ferry service started across the River Arun
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Littlehampton Bridges

Pamlyn Collectorcard C1551 of Littlehampton floating bridge shortly before the opening of the swing bridge
FLOATING BRIDGE at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Postcards of Littlehampton swing bridge
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Littlehampton Excursion Steamers

Littlehampton port had paddle tugs to assist sailing ships in and out of the river. Sussex coast paddle steamers were also based there, particularly the Worthing Belle between 1901-1913, previously the Diana Vernon of the North British Railway based on the Clyde.


To Be Added






Littlehampton Excursion Motor Boats

During the inter-war years a fleet of motor boats operated from Littlehampton on short sea cruises and trips on the River Arun. I have no information on these vessels and whether any operated after the war (which seems likely). All the postcards that I have appear to be pre-WW2.


The pier at Littlehampton with various motor and speed boats
Littlehampton Pier - www.simplonpc.co.uk






Britannia

The Britannia fleet consisted of at least five motor boats, including Britannia, Britannia II, Britannia III and Surf. the latter appears to be smaller than the Britannia boats. A fifth boat of Britannia size  may have been Britannia IV, but I cannot confirm this unless more images come to light.


Valentine's Postcard of Britannia at Littlehampton, loading for a trip to Arundel
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Britannia at Littlehampton
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Britannia II

Britannia II at Littlehampton, with Britannia III behind
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Britannia II at Littlehampton
The furthest boat is Britannia III and the second boat out is Britannia
The boat between them with a ventilator on the foredeck is unidentified - Britannia IV?

BRITANNIA II at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk






Britannia III

Britannia III behind Britannia II at Littlehampton
BRITANNIA II at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk






Lady Nancy
 
Photographic postcard of passengers on Lady Nancy at Littlehampton
LADY NANCY at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Lady Nancy at Littlehampton
Alternative copy of the card above
LADY NANCY at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Postcard of Littlehampton with Lady Nancy, posted 1932
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Nancy Lee
 
Valentine's Postcard of Nancy Lee at Littlehampton, loading for a 10:30am River Arun cruise
At 2:30pm she is running a trip to Amberley - Two other boats are loading in the background - This card was posted in 1927
NANCY LEE at Littlehampton - www.simplonpc.co.uk






Freedom
(Kingfisher Cruises: 2003-2008)
  
Kingfisher Cruises' Freedom ran from Littlehampton to Arundel between 2003 & 2008. In 2009 a new pontoon was being installed at Arundel which may have caused the sale of the Freedom to Bristol owners.

Kingfisher Cruises' boat Freedom left the quay at Littlehampton at 10am on most days (charters permitting) and took about an hour to sail up the six miles of the River Arun to reach Arundel, where she berthed just down river of the town bridge. Freedom then ran short trips further upriver until 2pm, when she departed again for Littlehampton. Passengers making the return trip from Littlehampton had three hours in Arundel. Further short trips from Littlehampton were then run from 3pm. 2007 was the fifth season of Kingfisher operations from Littlehampton. Both scheduled and charter fish & chips cruises were also available. Operations appear to have ceased in 2009 (source: Littlehampton Harbour Master's office).

Freedom was built as a Norfolk Broads holiday cruiser for Weald & Sons Cruisers some time between 1968 and 1972. She later spent a period as a house boat in London before moving to Littlehampton around 2000. The current owners Kingfisher Cruises acquired her and commenced operations as 12-passenger day boat in 2003. Over the winter 2006/2007 Freedom was refitted internally, strengthened and given increased buoyancy to receive an MCA certificate for 28 passengers. Whilst largely enclosed, there is a small open area in the bow, plus the panoramic windows and a section of the roof can be opened. Freedom moved to Bristol when the Arun service ceased.



More images of Freedom and Kingfisher Cruises


Freedom at Arundel
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 25th July 2007
Kingfisher Cruises - Littlehampton -  © Ian Boyle, 25th July 2007 - www.simplonpc.co.ukKingfisher Cruises - Littlehampton -  © Ian Boyle, 25th July 2007 - www.simplonpc.co.ukKingfisher Cruises - Littlehampton -  © Ian Boyle, 25th July 2007 - www.simplonpc.co.uk






The Belle
(Brighton Sea Cruises 2013-  )

The Belle was built in 1947 as Southend Belle and later ran as Westminster Belle on the Thames. In the 1970s she had run at Falmouth, still as Westminster Belle, with the Pill family. She then became the Maid of Wareham at Poole and Maid of Exmouth on the River Exe. In 2004 the Maid of Exmouth arrived at Plymouth and was renamed Devon Belle V by Ken Bridge. Ken Bridge sold her to Ben Squire in 2007, whilst remaining as skipper. She was later registered as Devon Belle.

Following the acquisition of larger vessels, Devon Belle was sold to owners at Brighton and renamed The Belle, running 2hr sea trips from May 31st 2013. During September and October 2013 she ran between Littlehampton and Arundel on the River Arun.



The Belle at Arundel on the River Arun
Photo: ©Ian Boyle, 2nd September 2013

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Littlehampton Steam Tugs

Postcard of Littlehampton east pier with steam tug towing a sailing vessel
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Littlehampton Piers

Postcard of Littlehampton east pier
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Postcard of Littlehampton east pier
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Postcard of Littlehampton east pier
LITTLEHAMPTON PIERS - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Postcard of Littlehampton east pier
LITTLEHAMPTON PIERS - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Postcard of Littlehampton east pier
LITTLEHAMPTON PIERS - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Postcard of Littlehampton east pier
LITTLEHAMPTON PIERS - www.simplonpc.co.uk



Postcard of Littlehampton Pier (eastern breakwater) with speedboat Flash




The pier at Littlehampton with various motor and speed boats
Littlehampton Pier - www.simplonpc.co.uk







Littlehampton Pier (eastern breakwater)
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 1st July 2007






Littlehampton Lighthouses

The River Arun has been used since Roman times, but the first wharf at what is now Littlehampton was not created until the seventeenth century. Further wharves were then created and the east pier was built in the 1860s. The 40ft pyramidal tower with a light had already been built at what became the start of the pier in 1848. This became the rear range for a shorter 26ft tower at the end of the pier, built in 1868. Both are shown in the postcards below. They were known as 'salt & pepper'. Both were demolished in 1940 to stop them being used by the enemy as navigational markers.

In 1948 the current 23ft concrete tower was erected. The front range is a simple green light on a 10ft pole.



Postcards of Littlehampton's east and west piers, showing the 'salt & pepper' front and rear range ights demolished in 1940
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Postcards of Littlehampton's rear range light
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Postcards of Littlehampton's front range light
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Postcard of Littlehampton's front range light with crowds looking at a ship in distress offshore
LITTLEHAMPTON 1948 LIGHTHOUSE - www.simplonpc.co.uk




Postcards of Littlehampton's 1948 lighthouse
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Littlehampton east pier 1948 lighthouse
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 1st July 2007
LITTLEHAMPTON - www.simplonpc.co.uk - Photo: © Ian Boyle, 1st July 2007




Images of Littlehampton's 1948 lighthouse
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 30th July 2012
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Littlehampton Beaches

Postcards of Littlehampton promenade & beach east of the River Arun
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Postcards of Littlehampton beach - east of the River Arun
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Postcards of Littlehampton beach - west of the River Arun
LITTLEHAMPTON - www.simplonpc.co.uk - Photo: © Ian Boyle, 30th July 2012




Littlehampton promenade & beach east of the River Arun
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 30th July 2012
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Drag racing along Littlehampton promenade
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 30th July 2012
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Littlehampton Railway

The Littlehampton Railway is the oldest 12.25” gauge railway in Britain. First opened in 1948, the miniature railway at Littlehampton has seen many ups and downs over the years. New owners have already improved the system.

More images of the Littlehampton Railway



Postcards of the LMR in the 1950s/60s
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Images of the Littlehampton Railway diesel Green Dragon
Photo: © Ian Boyle 30th July 2012

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More images of the Littlehampton Railway







Littlehampton Land-Trains

In 2012 the unusual 'land-train-boat' Cherise run from the Pier along the promenade as far as Norfolk park, from where one can take the miniature Littlehampton Railway train as far as Mewsbrook Park.


Postcard of an earlier Littlehampton land-train based on Thomas
LITTLEHAMPTON - www.simplonpc.co.uk - Photo: © Ian Boyle, 30th July 2012




Littlehampton promenade & the 'Land-Train-Boat' Cherise
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 30th July 2012
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Littlehampton Harbour & River Arun


To be Added






Littlehampton Boating Lake

Postcards of the Littlehampton boating lake
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Littlehampton boating lake- a 'Gunner' is recovering a boat from recalcitrant children who would not accept that their time was up
Photo: © Ian Boyle, 30th July 2012
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