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TQ4200 :: Undercliff walk - Peacehaven

Taken 15 years ago by David Eldridge near Newhaven/TQ4401, East Sussex, England

Undercliff walk - Peacehaven by David Eldridge
Undercliff walk - Peacehaven

In order to protect the coastline an impressive sea wall at the base of the cliffs was erected, initially from Black Rock to Rottingdean (1928). It was extended to Saltdean Gap in 1935 The Undercliff Walk is now approx 3.5 miles long. This picture is taken on the Peacehaven walk, looking eastwards to Newhaven.
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Subject Grid Square TQ4200
Subject Lat/Long 50.784793,0.018696 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Newhaven/TQ4401, East Sussex, England
Photographer David Eldridge
Taken 20060830 200608 2006 (about 15 years ago)
Submitted 2006-08-30
Subject path ·
Group Undercliff Walk · Peacehaven and Newhaven · Sea Wall ·
Term peacehaven · rottingdean · gap · sea wall · undercliff · coastline ·

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