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Pictures Dated 29th September 2015

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The Carthusian monastery of St Hugh's Charterhouse in Cowfold, West Sussex, was originally

The Carthusian monastery of St Hugh's Charterhouse in Cowfold, West Sussex, was originally built to house up to 250 monks. When I visited in 1994 there were only 23 monks in the religious community although their numbers have risen a bit now. All of them, novices and the abbot alike, glide serenely along on bicycles for trips round the cloisters from their cells to prayer and work. The monastery is so vast, covering a 240 acre site, that bikes are the most practical way for the brothers to get around it.

© Roger Bamber / TopFoto

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Picture by Roger Bamber: 22 September 2000: Railtrack Feature on Brighton Stations

Picture by Roger Bamber: 22 September 2000: Railtrack Feature on Brighton Stations newly restored roof. KierRail engineer Andy Parkin checks the three acre coverage of toughened glass used in the £28 million, three year renovation of the 1840 built, Grade 11* listed Brighton Railway Station. The restoration of the twin arched station built for the London, Brighton, South Coast Railway, used 8, 200 tonnes of scaffolding, 80, 000 rivits, 1, 700 miles of welding rod and 25, 000 litres of paint after each span was removed, sandblasted and replaced. The station used by 500 trains and 30, 000 people daily will be ceremoniously opened on Saturday 23 September 2000

© Roger Bamber / TopFoto

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Silent Order... These 22 monks had recorded a plainchant meditation CD to raise money

Silent Order... These 22 monks had recorded a plainchant meditation CD to raise money to restore their 125 year old monastery of St Hugh's Charterhouse in Sussex. After being invited into their Vespers service late at night, only five minutes were allocated to take the photograph of the praying monks, including lighting the dark chapel. There were just 450 Carthusian monks at the time of this picture...worldwide....and 28 of them lived in St Hugh's Charter-house, Parkminster, the only Carthusian monastery in Britain. . In 1998 the Parkminster monks made a foray into the outside world. They decided to break their 900-year silence to share something of their hidden lives by recording an album of their Night Office chants, In the Silence of the Word. The Night Office consists of chanting and prayers which last from midnight to 3am, every night.

© Roger Bamber / TopFoto