Well, well. I used to live in Brighton, and reckon I must have covered pretty much the same ground, walking the old railways. For some time our house fire was fuelled from a huge pile of coal that was left in the coal yard at Isfield Station (Lavender's yard.) I too have scrambled down and up the Dyke Steep Grade Railway, and found the concrete supports for the Cableway. Also followed most of the Dyke branch up from Aldrington. I got a bit lost following the Polgate to Eridge line, it all got a bit overgrown with Gorse (ouch) Nort of Heathfield Tunnel! I will have to read the rest of your descriptions!
As a train driver myself, there's some fabulous sounding titles here, sir! Great website too!! I shall be placing my order very soon once I can afford 1 of everything!!Extra interest as we live next to Shoreham Cement Works!
Loved the dvds, will be back for more soon.
Wonderful site have 1 of your dvds long may it continue
Would be really interesting if you could get over to the Lyme Regis to Axminster branch and do that one. Also the Sidmouth and Budleigh Salterton branches.
Can recommend the Three Bridges to East Grinstead DVD to everyone.
well done chaps youve done what i always wanted to do - ive traced the dyke railway and kemp town with digital photos many years ago - it all started with me poorly filming the brighton bypass and taking photos when i was 21 - now 38. well done for your work - im going to start purchasing.
Looking tasty Dumpan. Could make a career out of this.....
Thanks for the Abandoned Railways of Sussex DVD. Absolutely brilliant! Now if you ever want to do Kent......