This short film focuses on Hardham canal tunnel and celebrates the plethora of other transport remnants in the immediate area: road, two railways, a roman road and station and the canal.
As well as showing both entrances to the canal tunnel, a monstrously bright 5,000,000 candle power torch is used to illuminate the startling sights therein ! Stalagtites abound at the southern end and evidence of bricks migrating their way out of the ceiling make interesting viewing at the northern end. Also visible is the large blockage dumped in the tunnel by the railways when they were built over the top.
The old bridge used by canal horses to cross the current Pulborough to Arundel railway (now a footpath) was being rebuilt at the time of filming so it seemed right to film it. The site of the brick underpass used by the same horses to cross the Pulborough to Midhurst railway is also speculated upon.