Partly still in use by an aggregate company, but mostly disused, this delightful little line is looked at along its length.
Starting at Copyhold junction with a view from the bridge and then down to the track bed itself, along to Ardingly station, where plenty of remaining clues are still to be seen. See footage of one of the aggregate trains heading through a deep cutting on its way to Ardingly and great, detailed views of all that remains of Ardingly station, even down at platform level.
East of Ardingly station is part footpath and part struggling through years of growth. A wonderfully untouched farm crossing bridge which is falling apart, a treacherous missing bridge and a wonderfully complete one, until reaching the fabulous Lywood tunnel. From there on its a short hop to the site of the long dismantled Sheriff Mills viaduct before reaching Horsted Keynes station and the junction with the Bluebell railway.