EAW022735 ENGLAND (1949). Looking towards to the South Downs from Boldre Hill, Ardingly, from the north-east, 1949

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Title [EAW022735] Looking towards to the South Downs from Boldre Hill, Ardingly, from the north-east, 1949
Reference EAW022735
Date 29-April-1949
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Place name ARDINGLY
Parish ARDINGLY
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 532765, 126833
Longitude / Latitude -0.10667153219346, 51.024977242978
National Grid Reference TQ328268

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Sugworth Farm Believed to date from the 17th Century or earlier

M Anton
Wednesday 24th of April 2019 10:39:30 AM
Site of the Ouse Valley Railway. This embankment connected to the mainline to the right of the picture, construction went left towards Lindfield. The railway was never completed and predates the line to Ardingly and Sheffield Park.

tomoliver
Friday 18th of May 2018 02:35:45 PM

Will Wallace
Saturday 24th of May 2014 01:54:46 PM

Will Wallace
Saturday 24th of May 2014 01:49:17 PM

User Comment Contributions

Just to correct the title - it is BORDE Hill and not BOLDRE Hill.



And for info, the upper railway line is the main London to Brighton line, and the lower one is the branch line to the old Ardingly station (now a cement works depot).

jjb
Wednesday 19th of February 2014 08:43:25 AM