Exploring a Disused Railway Tunnel – Argos Hill in East Sussex

Today I meet up with Dumpman, aka Chris Bedford, to seek out Argos Hill Tunnel, part of the original Cuckoo Line. The tunnel is now disused and abandoned. Join us as we scrabble down the banks of the cutting to reach this piece of industrial heritage. Today, the Cuckoo Line remains a closed railway – […]

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The Man Behind The Veg Grower Podcast

Richard Suggett is the man behind the Veg Grower Podcast. I was curious about what made him decide to start his podcast and learn more about his love for his allotment. Richard is based in Littlehampton in West Sussex. He has a full time job. His married too. But in his spare time you’ll find […]

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Biddenden: Interview with Sue Boon, organiser of Tractorfest

Today I am taking a walk with Sue Boon, the organiser of Tractorfest. Sue takes me for a walk around one of her client’s gardens that she looks after and tells me about her garden management. She also explains the origins of the rural summer fair, Tractorfest, that takes place in Biddenden, Kent, each year. […]

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Exploring Betchworth Castle in Surrey

Betchworth Castle is a mostly crumbled ruin of a fortified medieval stone house with some tall, two-storey corners strengthened in the 18th century, in the north of the semi-rural parish of Brockham. It is built on a sandstone spur overlooking the western bank of the Mole in Surrey in England. The ruin is a Scheduled […]

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Exploring Bexhill West Disused Railway Station with Dumpman

Chris Bedford, AKA Dumpman, and I are off again exploring disused railways. Today we explore Bexhill West Station in East Sussex. We’re checking out the architecture and seek out remaining clues of the building’s previous life as a terminus station for the Sussex seaside holiday resort. Bexhill West is a closed station in Bexhill-on-Sea in […]

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Exploring Gloucester Cathedral

Gloucester Cathedral, formally the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn. It originated in 678 or 679 with the foundation of an abbey dedicated to Saint Peter (dissolved by Henry VIII). Today I am exploring the abbey […]

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