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Photos from East Sussex - Page 2

The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.

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Images from the Walks
241906South Downs Way near Lewes
268401Ascent of Long Hill near Falmer
268402South Downs Way heads northeast after Bunkershill Plantation
268403Short diversion from the SDW to Trig Pillar at Blackcap
268404Typical view of the SDW after Blackcap
268405Looking North to the Weald and Plumpton Agricultural College
268406Looking South from the SDW after Plumpton Plain
268407Approaching Ditchling Beacon - 248m/813ft
268408View east from the summit of Ditchling Beacon
290301Stanmer House and church in Stanmer Park
290302Cottages on village street in Stanmer
290303The path through woodland at rear of Stanmer Park
290304The path down to Middleton Manor
290305Gatepost at entrance to Middleton Manor
290306The parish church at Streat
290307Streat Manor House
290308Gardens of Streat Manor House from Streat churchyard
290309Footbridge in the woods between Streat and Plumpton
290310Climbing onto the downs from Plumpton
290311The path leaving Ashcombe bottom
290312The approach back towards Falmer
312001View to Cuckmere Haven from summit of Bostal Hill
312002Way ahead on top of Downs with path barely visible
312003View over Downs & Weald from Firle Beacon
312004The port of Newhaven at the mouth of the River Ouse
312005South Downs Way waymarker
312006View west over Ouse Valley from Itford Hill
312007The Norman Chuch near the end of this walk at Southease
351601Eastbourne from South Downs Way
351602Looking back to Eastbourne from near Beachy Head
351603The lighthouse at Beachy Head
351604Approaching the Belle Tout lighthouse
351605Looking back at one of the Seven Sisters
351606Approaching the Cuckmere Valley
351607The meandering Cuckmere River and Cuckmere Haven
351608Looking ahead on the path through Friston Forest
351609Approaching the village inn at Litlington
351610Near the end of the walk - St Andrews Church at Alfriston
352104Decoy Pond where Sussex Border Path & High Weald Landscape Trail meet
352105River Tillingham on approach to Rye
352106Path in Peasmarsh Park
352107Cows in field, High Weald Landscape Trail
352108Fields & woodland from High Weald Landscape Trail, Rye

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