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Looking back from the ascent to Amberley Mount

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Looking back from the ascent to Amberley Mount

Caption - Looking back from the ascent to Amberley Mount. In the top left hand corner you can see the footbridge over the River Arun and to the right is the path crossing the railway line, part of the walk done earlier on.

Walk 1917 : Rackham Hill from Amberley

Photographer : Peter Smyly

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