Seaford, the terminus station, takes you right into the heart of town, where you will find shops, a great local museum, beach and stunning walks to the Seven Sisters white cliffs and Seaford Head. Seaford has a long and prosperous history, from the Middle Ages when it was a very successful port. The railway later transformed it into a seaside resort. Today it offers a wonderful location for a visit with excellent hotels and B&Bs for a longer stay.
Seaford is a Community Rail Station
Seaford Head Nature Reserve is home to many nationally important species of plants, birds and insects. Relax with a peaceful walk past the world renowned view of the Coastguard Cottages, Seven Sisters white cliffs, and the river meanders of the Cuckmere valley.
A Tardis for everyone who loves a bit of nostalgia. Old radios, shops, clothes, household appliances, a cannon on the roof and a drawbridge. Situated in the Napoleonic Martello Tower No 74 on the seafront esplanade, it is so much bigger than it looks.
South Downs National Park
With over 3,300 km of paths, the South Downs National Park offers a diverse, breath-taking landscape. Its green rolling pastures, wide open spaces, ancient woodlands, river valleys and dramatic coastline truly encompass the National Park ethos. Amberley, Arundel and Pulborough stations offer unparalleled access to walks and bike rides, wildlife and heritage.
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Explore the Seaford to Brighton Line