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The Ouse Valley Viaduct should be a MUST visit on all British Travel Bucket Lists! Why?
by Nico McKenzie
Are you searching for a unique photo opportunity near London, England that isn’t overly crowded to roam?
Look no further. The Ouse Valley Viaduct is one of the best photography spots I’ve found to date.
Located south of London and just north of Haywards Heath, the viaduct can be found a bit more than halfway between the capital city and the southern coast.
Imagine this as your photo backdrop!
Built in 1841 and extending 450 meters in length, the viaduct supports the London-Brighton Railway Line over the River Ouse, and sits in a beautiful green valley. The viaduct is a short walk from the road, which you can easily park along. If it has rained, expect that it might be a bit muddy!
The remote countryside location means it is generally quiet and uncrowded, and if you’re able to get this stunning spot to yourself like we did, enjoy it.