The Balcombe viaduct in West Sussex is pretty much the gateway into the south from London as there are problems coming up with other routes to straddle the changes in height. It is an iconic landmark from the train and from the ground. We were asked to take photographs of it and did so on an extremely hot July afternoon. About the only bit of greenery on that day was that in the bottom underneath the arches. There is some great patchwork brickwork in the arches. Trains rumble across the top all day and much of the night, as it is one of the busiest viaducts in the UK.
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