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Ardingly 2-BIL 2090 pulls away from Ardingly with a train from Horsted Keynes to Seaford. The village of Ardingly was about a mile from the station, although the College was somewhat nearer. The line joined the main London to Brighton line at Copyhold Junction and a single track from Ardingly still exists for use by stone trains.

photograph by Keith Harwood

 
Ardingly station after closure with the third rail removed, but with the running lines and signalbox still in situ.

photograph by Keith Harwood

Ardingly

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