Bottom of Duncton Hill
© Dave Spicer 2009
The A285 climbs up Duncton Hill. - - photo:- Dave Spicer - 11 April, 2009
To the left built into the hill is an old Limekiln. Up the hill leads to a viewing point,quarry & on to the South Downs Way. Behind photographer is Folly Lane, leading to Barlavington & Sutton. To the right the A285 winds its way through hairpin bends back down to Duncton. - - map
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Old limekiln, Duncton Hill
 
photo:- Robin Webster
24 May, 2007
 
 
Built into the hill. Viewed from the bridleway which ascends the hill via hairpin bends to pass above the loading level of the kiln.
 
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Viewpoint, near summit of Duncton Hill, looking north over Rother Valley
photo:- Phil Dixon - 17 Sep., 2006 - - viewpoint photos & enlargements
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Chalk Quarry at top of Duncton Hill - 100 yds behind photographer is the South Downs Way
photo:- Phil Dixon - 6 August, 2008 - - enlarged photos of quarry
next trail image - back to bottom of hill - heading east for Barlavington
Stone from this quarry was used to make the markers for the Chalk Stones Trail

 

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