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This is a must see. Living close to this bridge and driving past it so many times I have never stopped to actually look at it. So we did and up close it's just beautiful and a great piece of engineering and construction. The scenery...More
Such an amazing piece of Victorian engineering. It's incredible that the structure is still in good enough condition to be used for mainline trains today! There are some lovely walks in the area with brilliant views of the viaduct.
There is a small amount of...More
There is easy parking opposite the viaduct but this is limited to just a few cars, there are country walks closely und under the viaduct with some very nice views, I flew my drone close by to get a different prospective of the viaduct, it...More
Living only 12 miles from the Ouse Valley Viaduct (or Balcombe Viaduct as we know it), we have seen it from afar on numerous occasions, but today we stopped to take a proper look.
Parking is never easy. If you are lucky you can pull...More
A spectacular viaduct over the river Ouse on the Brighton to London line, limited parking and be careful. Nice field for a picnic but when you get under the viaduct what a view a true testament to engineering, take your camera.
We are usually travelling southwards heading to Borde Hill, when the viaduct suddenly comes into view. Magnificent. Like others before us, thoughts turn to how the men built this great structure brick by brick. Always slow down to admire it. Sometimes, when the road is...More
My daughter says I'm obsessed with viaducts, but what an amazing sight! I could see it from Borde Hill gardens when I visited, way in the distance. I had the pleasure of being able to drive past, slowly as no-one was behind me, and marvel...More