Holloway to the north of Lowdham. Such features can be found all over the county and are caused by natural erosion, wear by traffic and in some cases by deliberate embankment. They are usually indicative of a great age to the route. Do you have a holloway in your parish?
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Rottingdean near Brighton in Sussex was William Nicholson’s home from 1909 to 1914. This a favourite view (1910) looking along Whiteways Lane, the old smugglers’ route from Saltdean Gap, towards the village. The paths cut in the chalk downs create patterns in the landscape.
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