Seven Sisters :: Shared Description

Forming part of the South Downs on the South Coast, the Seven Sisters are a stunning series of white chalk cliffs between Cuckmere Haven and Birling Gap. They are the remnants of dry valleys in the chalk downs, which are gradually being eroded by the sea... Read more at Wikipedia LinkExternal link
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TV5297 : Cliff top, Haven Brow by N Chadwick
TV5197 : Coastguard Cottages by Oast House Archive
TV5595 : Exposed beach at Birling Gap by Oast House Archive
TV5297 : Below the Seven Sisters by Oast House Archive
TV5297 : Short Bottom by N Chadwick
TV5396 : Plaque, Sarsen Stone Monument, Falstaff Brow by N Chadwick
TV5397 : Grassland, Brass Point by N Chadwick
TV5396 : Wave Cut Platform below Falstaff Point by N Chadwick
TV5197 : Rebuilding Cuckmere Haven beach by Oast House Archive
TV5297 : Short Brow by N Chadwick
TV5297 : South Downs Way, Short Bottom by N Chadwick
TV5396 : Footpath, Falstaff Brow by N Chadwick
TV5097 : Field stile on South Hill by Oast House Archive
TV5297 : Limekiln Bottom and Rough Down by N Chadwick
TV5297 : The Seven Sisters by N Chadwick
TV5596 : Beach near Birling Gap, Sussex by PAUL FARMER
TV5197 : Track to Coastguard Cottages by Oast House Archive
TV5397 : Brass Point by N Chadwick
TV5197 : Cuckmere Haven beach by Oast House Archive
TV5297 : Short Bottom by N Chadwick
TV5596 : South Down Way - Sheep Farm by James Emmans
TV5397 : Gap Bottom by N Chadwick
TV5197 : Rebuilding the beach at Cuckmere Haven by Oast House Archive
TV5397 : Rough Bottom by N Chadwick
TV5496 : View towards the "Seven Sisters" from Birling Gap by David Dixon

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Created: Mon, 9 Nov 2009, Updated: Sun, 6 Jul 2014

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