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The trig pillar on the summit of Chanctonbury Hill

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The trig pillar on the summit of Chanctonbury Hill

Caption - Left of centre is the trig pillar on the summit of Chanctonbury Hill. Due to its relative height, this hill is accorded the status of being a 'Marilyn', and is one of only two in the County of West Sussex. Right of view is the Weald of Sussex with the North Downs on the horizon

Walk 1858 : Cissbury Ring and Chanctonbury Ring

Photographer : Hugh Maguire

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