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Culture: William Clarke Park (the Patch)

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A View of the PatchFest from Elm Grove

This photo shows the Patchfest as seen from Elm Grove, showing how the park is a long narrow strip of land. In fact, it is an old railway cutting, formerly part of the now-extinct Kemp Town Railway. At the south end of the cutting (from where the photo was taken) the line entered a tunnel, 946 yards long, that runs under the primary school and comes out at what is today the Freshfield Industrial Estate, but which was then the Kemp Town Station yard.

 

 

 

 


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