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Riding the hills along the south coast, on the A259 in Telscombe Cliffs. There is now a bus lane here.
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A259, Guldeford Lane Corner, Kent / East Sussex boundary
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Yet another level crossing on the A259 between Rye and Brenzett
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A259 / A268 roundabout approaching Rye
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A259, Earl's Avenue, Folkestone
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A259 by the Dymchurch Redoubt
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High Street, A259 New Romney
Hairpin Bend, A259 - Geograph - 360710.jpg
Hairpin Bend, A259 at Winchelsea
Brighton Pier - Geograph - 842578.jpg
Roundabout at junction of A23 and A259
A259 Littlehampton Road, Ferring - Geograph - 607422.jpg
A259 Littlehampton Road, Ferring
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Reigate Rd Worthing

Interesting old columns, only ones in Worthing I can think of. Possible these may have had very old lanterns on at one time (like the ones that used to be over at Durrington and Goring). Presently mostly with Philips MA90s though one further down has an Eleco GR100

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 16, 2007 by Lil
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Shops, Eastbourne Road
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Marsh Road
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Sandgate Village Sign
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The descent into Rottingdean.
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The A259 in Telscombe Cliffs.
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The A259 in Bognor Regis.
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A lot of signs in Bognor.
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Coming into Bognor Regis on the A259 (now B2259).
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Heading north on the A259 near Chichester.
A wet lunchtime in Chapel Road - Geograph - 1715449.jpg
A wet lunchtime in Chapel Road
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A259 Winchelsea II

Here, the A259 descends steeply towards Pipewell Gate - Winchelsea was once a walled town, three times its current size and with around ten times its current population (600). Beyond the left hand bend is a steep descent to a hairpin bend - very photogenic but my batteries ran out! Ahead is the flood plain of the River Breed.

OP Adam (ACG2070)

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 06, 2005 by M4Simon
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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
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A259 - Black Bull Road/Canterbury Road

Here's the TOTSO of Canterbury Road - it continues to the right, and behind. Black Bull Road is to the left, although both Black Bull Road and Canterbury Road are part of the A259.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 23, 2005 by Gareth Thomas
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A259 - Canterbury Road, Folkestone

Canterbury Road, Folkestone - part of the A259. Seen from just outside my house.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 23, 2005 by Gareth Thomas
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A259 S4

A long section of S4 at Lancing, between Worthing and Shoreham, although most of it is unusable, due to parked cars.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Feb 12, 2008 by SteveA30
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A259 Road Bridge
Built in the early 1970s to replace the older swing bridge. The lifebelt seems to have been discarded from another point on the river and dropped at this point.
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Norfolk Bridge
The third bridge on the site having opened in 1970 to replace one built in 1923 which in turn had replaced the original 19th century suspension bridge. Prior to that all traffic over the Adur went by the 18th century wooden toll bridge.
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Newhaven Swing Bridge
Viewed from the bridge to Denton Island. The only major crossing point south of Lewes and the cause of many a long traffic tailback when opened. The original, manually operated, swing bridge was to the south and was replaced by this one in the mid 1970s.
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Newhaven swing bridge
Carrying the A259 across the harbour.
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Monk Bretton Bridge
This bridge carries the A259 across the River Rother on the outskirts of Rye.
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New Romney Sign

A metal pre-Worboys fingerpost. This can be found beside the A259 as you leave New Romney by West View. It is nice to see a sign in Romney that still includes the seaside Mecca of Dymchurch and the historic hill town of Rye

OP Adam

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 11, 2005 by M4Simon
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Ferry at Newhaven
Newhaven to Dieppe Ferry - Transmanche
Cottages at Wick Roundabout - Geograph - 87136.jpg
Cottages at Wick Roundabout
Looking East at Junction of A259 and A284
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Worthing to Shoreham cycle path
The cycle path was completed this year and forms part of the almost traffic-free route between Worthing and Brighton. Here it runs parallel to the A259 Brighton Road often a point of serious congestion. The block of flats at the corner of Western Road, Lancing can be seen in the distance
The A259 in mid July - Geograph - 1984040.jpg
The A259 in mid July
Looking up the A259 up towards the A2032 - Geograph - 2185762.jpg
Looking up the A259 up towards the A2032
The A259 passing through East Worthing - Geograph - 1983960.jpg
The A259 passing through East Worthing
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A259 eastbound in Seaford
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Prospect Road, Hythe
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The A259 Brighton Road in Worthing.
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A259 April 1979

Looking west towards Pevensey, near Little Common.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 21, 2007 by SteveA30
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1970

The end is in sight for Haldon Hill. London to Penzance A38 eh? The A259 gets a bit of dualling as well.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 06, 2008 by SteveA30
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Proposed A259 Bognor Relief Road

The proposed route of the Bognor Regis Northern Relief Road, from Berstead to Felpham. Show construction in two halves, meeting in a multiplex through the A29. Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Aug 16, 2008 by mrvixen

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Glyne Gap Roundabout Bexhill on Sea East... (C) Janet Richardson - Geograph - 122210.jpg
Glyne Gap Roundabout Bexhill on Sea East... (C) Janet Richardson
The infamous Glyne Gap roundabout at one of its quieter times (very unusual)In the background is the Ravenside Retail Park,and beyond that the sea.
A259 near Colworth Farm (C) Colin Pyle - Geograph - 3120963.jpg
A259 near Colworth Farm (C) Colin Pyle
Ferry Road, Littlehampton - Geograph - 3591106.jpg
Ferry Road on the former B2143 (later A259) - now bypassed - west of Littlehampton
Escape lane, A259 (C) N Chadwick - Geograph - 2378316.jpg
Escape lane, A259 (C) N Chadwick
The A259 is a busy route along the south coast of England. It runs from Emsworth in Hampshire to Folkestone in Kent, via west and East Sussex.

 
 
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