Black Down
On the southern flank of Black Down at SU917287 looking south.
photo - text :- Ben Gamble - 12 June, 2005
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Tennyson's Lane
 
Winding it's way across Black Down the highest hill in West Sussex through deciduous and pine woodland, the high banked Tennyson's lane is named after the poet who once owned the hill now managed by the National Trust.
 
photo : text :- Ian Moodie - 3 Sep. 2006
 
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On 4th Nov. 1967 an Iberian Airways airliner crashed into Blackdown killing all on board.
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Vintage postcard of Lane