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South Coast Tour
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Grace M wrote a review Jan 2021
36 contributions17 helpful votes
This place is amazing. I visited in the rain and mud lol . We walked through thick mud but it was so worth it . Can't wait to visit it again in the summer 😍
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Cheekycockney190757 wrote a review Jan 2021
Basildon, United Kingdom4,217 contributions168 helpful votes
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Visited on Tuesday 25th August 2020 Coming back from a Dorchester Mini Break. Having seen this viaduct on an Instagram post from a friend I logged it as a site to visit and on the route home from our mini-break we were able to do that but it involved a detour given sod's law that the normal access route was blocked. Once we did find it there was very limited hedge parking. I walked on my own leaving my wife in the car which was a pain if you want to take photos inside the viaduct arches. Minus my wife I used timers to enable me to set and then run to leap like a salmon up the base wall to get in shot. Needless to say my salmon days are over as the welt on my knee testified after but I still go the odd shot. Would be cool to come back when it was sunny and maybe sun rise or sun set to get the shadows.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Chaz C wrote a review Nov 2020
Andover, United Kingdom26 contributions3 helpful votes
We came across the viaduct by mistake but we were glad that we did. It was quite near to the road running parallel with it. It was a sight to behold and truly beautiful. I stopped the car and managed to get some lovely photographs of it. Love to revisit and take some better photographs as I am now more experienced with the camera. All you do to enter this place is follow the path over a farmers field. No cost involved to visit just be respectful towards the crops grown in the field
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Date of experience: December 2019
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GeoW wrote a review Oct 2020
Uckfield, United Kingdom38 contributions31 helpful votes
This is a tremendous construction that can be viewed fairly close up. There is a wire fence around some of the site to keep folk away from the ‘possibility of falling masonry’. Access from the road is easy but parking, no designated area, is a question of good luck. I found it easier and possibly more enjoyable to park at Ardingly Reservoir where there is a large car park, free, and an easy walk of just over a mile to the viaduct.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rebecca Procter wrote a review Sep 2020
Horsham, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Walked from Ardingly reservoir and had a great walk, not too difficult although some steep hills, with lovely scenery.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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