More types of Gate
This type of gate is very simple and is often self-closing. You should, however, make sure that it is closed after passing through. The footpath beyond can be seen as a worn strip crossing the field towards the house in the distance.
This type of gate is unique to the county of Sussex and has a central pivot upon which it can rotate through 90 degrees in either direction before coming to a stop at two fixed points.
This type of gate was named after a Sussex family of bell-founders, one of whom invented it in the late eighteenth century. Only six examples survive, all within a 10-mile radius of Lewes, the county town of Sussex.