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Description:A259 Winchelsea I

Winchelsea is arguably England's smallest town as well as its first 'new town' laid out in grid pattern in the 14th century. There is no doubt about its ability to contort the South Coast Trunk Road however! This view is from the former A259 'Strand Gate Hill'. The line of trees across the picture at the end of the straight is the Royal Military Canal. Ahead is Romney Marsh.

OP Adam (ACG2070)

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 06, 2005 by M4Simon
Location:50.9256798, 0.7135749
Road:A259
Date:2005
Photographer:Adam (acg2070)
Source:Coppermine

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