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ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
and Piddle, across each of castle from which its name
Isle of Purbeck.
Weld, Esq., 3 miles.
Weymouth, 10} miles.
XXIX. HASTINGS TO ASHFORD, CANTERBURY, AND MARGATE,
BY RAILWAY, 71 Miles.
The viaduct by which Ditchling Road
Hastings branch joins the main line is de
Tunnel, servedly admired : it
60 yards. consists of 27 arches, of which that which crosses Cross London road by the London road is el
curved viaduct, 330 Brighton Barracks. liptical, with a span of 50 feet, and at a height yards long, and enter feet. The other arches 1241 BRIGHTON.
324 are semicircular, and of 30 feet span. The total longth of the riaduct is
Thence by South Coast 400 yards.
Railway, past Worth-
21 miles beyond HaBedhampton, and Bel 87 Havant St. (p. 81). | 70 vant, line to Portsmouth Imiont Castle.
branches off (see p. 81).
Branch to Salisbury, 22 67 miles (see p. 82).
Thence to Dorchester,
as in pp. 83-84